Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Laramie Paras presented at the Legal Staff Professionals of Greenville (LSPG) meeting on July 17th. Paras discussed recent trends relating to HIPAA information privacy and security and OCR enforcement.
A new FCC proposal to boost the power of Low-Power FM (LPFM) stations isn’t likely to generate any major opposition from full-power FM stations, according to Womble Bond Dickinson Telecom attorney John Garziglia and other FM industry observers. Garziglia discussed the issue with Communications Daily in a July 16 article.
US “Buy American” rules are creating hardships for some Canadian manufacturers, according to a recent article in Canada’s largest daily newspaper. The Globe and Mail turned to Womble Bond Dickinson Government Contracts attorney Matt Koehl to help explain exactly how “Buy American” policies operate.
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Chris Mammen has closely examined potential copyright issues arising from artificial intelligence creating music and art. A new article published by the Fitness Industry Technology Council includes quotes from Mammen on this rapidly shifting area of technology and the law.
Womble Bond Dickinson privacy and cybersecurity attorney Ted Claypoole was interviewed for the Law.com article. He said underreporting isn’t a new trend—it reflects the reluctance of companies to admit they may have made mistakes in protecting company and customer data.