Webb & Tyler LLP
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Year Established: 1919Web Site: http://www.pbwt.com
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Founded in 1919, Patterson Belknap is a law firm of over 200 lawyers delivering a full range of services across more than 20 practice groups in both litigation and commercial law. Our practice groups and attorneys are regularly ranked among the leaders in New York and nationally by the most respected industry guides, based on client and peer reviews. Clients include a diverse group of institutions and individuals: from pharmaceutical and medical device companies to major media and publishing empires; from consumer products companies to financial institutions; from fine art museums to famous entertainers; from foreign companies seeking to transact business on U.S. stock exchanges to U.S. companies doing business abroad. For more information about Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, please visit www.pbwt.com.
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The DOJ’s New Policy of Prosecuting Individuals
Harry Sandick,Julia Stepanova, September 15, 2015
On September 9, 2015, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates of the United States Department of Justice (“DOJ” or the “Department”) issued a new policy memorandum (the “Yates Memo”) entitled “Individual Accountability for Corporate Wrongdoing.” This...
Third Circuit Affirms FTC’s Authority Over Companies’ Cybersecurity Practices
Michael F. Buchanan,Scott Caplan,Michelle W. Cohen,Craig Alan Newman,James Zucker, September 2, 2015
In a test of the Federal Trade Commission’s authority to police cybersecurity, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday ruled that the agency has broad power to take action against private sector companies which fail to take adequate steps to protect customer data.
Remijas v. Neiman Marcus: Seventh Circuit Affords Broad Standing To Sue Over Consumer
Michael F. Buchanan,Michelle W. Cohen,Peter C. Harvey,Jonah M. Knobler,Craig Alan Newman, September 1, 2015
When hackers breach a business’s systems, class actions are sure to follow. Often, however, these suits have faltered right out of the starting gate. Citing the Supreme Court’s 2013 decision in Clapper v. Amnesty International, many federal district judges have dismissed these suits,...