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Julia Taylor Rejoins Dentons as Real Estate Partner in Kansas City
Dentons, the global law firm, today announced that Julia Taylor has rejoined the Firm as a partner in the Real Estate practice. In her role, Taylor will clients on a broad range of real estate matters including acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, development, multifamily, construction and financing of retail, office and industrial properties.
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Our Privacy and Cybersecurity lawyers operate at the intersection of technology and law. We understand that data is one of your core assets, driving insights and enabling development of valuable new products and services.
However, the collection, use and storage of personal information is subject to an increasingly complex framework of laws and regulations in the US, EU, Canada, Asia and around the world. Monetary penalties for violating these laws are severe and reputational damage can be irreparable.
Leverage our knowledge of these requirements to design real-world strategies to unlock the power of your data while building trust in your brands. We work with you to enhance disclosures, strengthen compliance and implement integrated risk management programs that create a strong control environment as a springboard for innovation.
In addition to proactive counseling, we contribute our strategic insight when you need to respond to crises. For example, we work side by side with clients to manage data breaches by directing forensic analysis, remediating vulnerabilities, understanding legal requirements and coordinating communications with people whose information was compromised.
Our global Privacy and Cybersecurity group works across all sectors offering a full complement of counseling and advice, regulatory and litigation services.
As government priorities change, and business models and technology evolve, businesses need to look ahead to the regulatory landscape that will govern their conduct over the next year. In this report, Dentons’ team of experts weigh in on regulatory trends to watch in 2016 in the US, Europe, Canada and China. Read more
Let’s get to the bottom line. Cybersecurity insurance is neither a fad, nor an issue for e-commerce platforms only. Instead, for most retail organizations, cybersecurity insurance will be an important part of the retail organization’s risk management program designed to protect the privacy of personal information and the confidentiality of the retail organization’s information. But that doesn’t mean that there is one size that fits all. Read more
Our Canadian Retail Report provides you with practical content to keep you current on the developments that affect retailers in Canada. In this issue, Anneli LeGault, a senior partner in our Employment and Labor group, provides readers with an update on the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA), and how the requirements of the AODA will impact retailers in Ontario. Read more
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Dentons government contracts lawyers and the Public Contracting Institute (PCI) will present this new webinar series addressing cybersecurity requirements for federal government contractors. This six-part series, useful to both large and small contractors alike and at both the prime and subcontract level, will provide important guidance for contractors who are seeking to ensure compliance with the government’s rapidly expanding cybersecurity requirements. Read more
Across the globe organizations are grappling with questions on how to manage cyber risk. Read more
Over 130 people today attended a briefing at Dentons in London to hear the views of UK Information Commissioner, Christopher Graham on the issue of global privacy. Read more
It has been announced, that Flex has received approval from EU data protection authorities for its binding corporate rules (BCRs). The approval covers all of Flex EU's operations. BCRs represent the platinum standard for data protection compliance and Flex is one of a small number of companies that have obtained this recognition. Flex worked with Dentons to develop the BCR privacy programme. Read more
At the risk of stating the obvious, and merely to frame the discussion, my starting point today is this: social, technological and economic developments are transforming the risks and modalities of privacy more rapidly than we have time to assess their ethical implications. Read more
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