Posts from November 2020.
Considerations for Your IP and Brand Protection

The way we conduct business is constantly evolving. During these times of change, protecting your intellectual property and corporate brand is essential.

A Forgettable Year for Small Business Ends with Memorable Changes to SEC Regs for Exempt Offerings

In general, small businesses tend to be more vulnerable in an economic downturn because they lack the financial cushion many larger companies have. Since the creation of the Federal Reserve System in 1913, large businesses have benefited from a more favorable regulatory framework and from liquidity backstops that the Fed has used to fortify weakness in financial markets.

Third Set of Modifications to CCPA Prompts California Businesses to Revisit Policy on Consumer Data Privacy

The comment period has closed on the third round of proposed changes to the California Consumer Protection Act ("CCPA"), which were announced October 12, 2020, by the California Office of the Attorney General. There are a number of disputes regarding how the proposed revisions will impact a California consumer, but a number of the proposed revisions appear to address the manner in which a consumer may engage in the opt-out collection process.

Area of Focus for Your Annual Review: Custody

In a previous blog post, we discussed a few key areas for consideration regarding a firm's annual review. We covered the integral area of the Code of Ethics - but in today's blog post we focus on the importance of analyzing your firm's policies regarding custody.

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