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DC Circuit Sides With Casino Magnate Stephen Wynn in Foreign Lobbying Case

Citing the D.C. Circuit’s 1987 precedent in United States v. McGoff, “Because Wynn’s duty to register ended almost seven years ago, McGoff dictates that there is no legal basis for the government to compel him to register now, and the district court properly dismissed the case,” Judge Patricia Millett wrote for the appeals court.         […]

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Shielding Law Practices: Mitigating Vendor Risks to Safeguard Client Confidentiality

Because vendors often access clients’ internal systems, customer data, and intellectual property, they will always be a magnet for hackers searching for valuable data. Bad actors will always look for the weak spots in a firm’s defenses, including those deployed by a firm’s vendors and other third parties. And signs point to a growing number […]

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