May 2012 by Carlo D’Itri As I’ve written before, the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) may provide companies with a tool to punish employees (and customers) who take information from protected computers.
BNN interviews Carlo D’Itri, co-founder, crowdfunder.com.
March 6, 2012: Cypress Partner Caroline Mankey pens Daily Journal article on Social Media and the Pitfalls of Spoliation of Evidence:
The “business judgment rule” (the “BJR”) generally protects a corporate director from his or her business decisions when made in good faith, with due care and inquiry, and in a manner the director reasonably believes to be in the company’s best interest. What does that actually mean? It means directors are protected for most decisions [...]
Starting at midnight on January 18, 2012, English Wikipedia intentionally blacked out its website for 24 hours for the first time ever.
A couple of important changes to the California Labor Code went into effect on January 1, 2012.
Cypress LLP eschewed a hierarchical management structure in its efforts to create a harmonious environment, both inside the firm and for its clients. Download “Giving ‘No Fear’ New Meaning. Los Angeles Daily Journal, Friday September 30, 2011, By Susan McRae