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State lawmakers, Congress, and federal agencies are scrambling to address privacy and cybersecurity matters (and to stake out their own...
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An article from PBS takes a closer look at the problem of finding housing for high-needs foster kids. It's a complex problem, and...
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On June 21, Jonathan Wilson joined ALI CLE for a webinar discussing, "Preparing for the Corporate Transparency Act." The Corporate...
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A mail-order pharma company faces a class action in Massachusetts for damages allegedly suffered by consumer customers stemming from a...
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On June 14, Tom Rawlings and Debbie Ausburn attended the European Conference for the International Society for the Prevention of Child...
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The Louisiana legislature has passed a law clarifying that its previous suspension of the statute of limitations applies to claims of...
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A fascinating new study from the UK found that children who engaged in risky play were more resistant to mental health problems during...
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Taylor English Duma LLP is pleased to announce that partner Alison Ballard has been elected to the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law &...
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After years of trying, Congress has a privacy bill in draft form that many industry observers think may have a shot at passage. It has...
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On June 16, Alison Ballard joined the Georgia Intellectual Property Association (GIPA) Corporate IP Roundtable® for a presentation on,...
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A recent study indicates that asking children to talk about “the first time” or “the last time” that something happened may confuse them....
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In this episode of Conversations with TED, we address the importance of the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA). Adopted in December of 2020...
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Twitter will cough up $150M in fines for deceptive disclosures relating to how it used personal information. The platform asked users for...
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My law partner Debbie Ausburn just wrote a post discussing the effects of bullying on children.  As we all know from common experience, a...
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A bill is advancing through the California legislature that would allow parents to sue social media companies if their children become...
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A recent study from Ontario delved into the self-reports of almost 3,000 adolescents in the 2014 Ontario Child Health Study. The...