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Does Your U.S. Company Pull Data From European Citizens? Fall In Line with GDPR by May 2018 to Avoid Substantial Fines By Jeffrey M. Dennis, Ivo G. Daniele

The European Union (“EU”) has enacted a strict, comprehensive framework of security regulations aimed to protect its citizens. These regulations, known as the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), provide a blueprint for a combination of required legal, technological and work habits within an organization. Although this is an EU regulation, the new laws will apply to any organization within or outside the EU that collects or processes data of EU citizens. Therefore, U.S. companies must analyze their data and processes to determine whether compliance with the GDPR is necessary. A quickly-approaching deadline of May 25, 2018 must be met to avoid massive fines.

November 15, 2017


Be Proactive Now: Commercial Construction Quickly Joining List of Industries Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks By Jeffrey M. Dennis, J. Nathan Owens

Commercial contractors have long faced their own unique business risks - labor and material shortages, delay claims, bonding issues, and defects in workmanship. But, in today’s ever-evolving cyber world, it is imperative that contractors understand they are vulnerable to risks beyond finishing a project on time and on budget. As we are seeing more and more each day, cyber threats impact all businesses, including the construction industry, and the failure to protect against these threats will cost your company millions in damages and reputational harm.

June 6, 2017


A Shift in the Financial Landscape for Law Firms By Jeffrey M. Dennis

Interesting round-table discussion in ABA's June issue of Law Practice Today.

June 18, 2015


CGL Policy vs. Builders Risk Policy: Choosing the Best Coverage By Jeffrey M. Dennis

When damages and/or injuries occur during the construction of commercial projects, contractual insurance policies are utilized to cover the damages, injuries and repairs. However, given the numerous and overlapping insurance policies in effect on any given commercial construction project, such as Commercial General Liability (CGL) and Builder’s Risk, the choice of which insurance policy to utilize is not always clear.

April 10, 2015


California Supreme Court Ruling Backs Developers By Jeffrey M. Dennis

The recent Crawford v. Weather Shield Mfr., Inc., ruling provides further support for builders forced to defend themselves in lawsuits arising out of trade contractor errors.

November 1, 2008


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