This is a sample external communications and social media policy.
These are key issues and provisions to consider for each of a traditional software license and a hosted software-as-a-service agreement.
This sample outlines the acceptable use policy concerning network services and computer services, including e-mail and internet.
Based on responses from 1,800 in-house counsel in 53 countries, the Global Perspectives: ACC In-house Trends Report reveals insights that lawyers, department leaders, aspiring in-house counsel, law firms and anyone working with inside counsel can use to plan a positive future. It covers trending topics such as the inside-outside counsel relationship, career mobility, professional development, department resource allocation, cybersecurity, professional privilege, and more. Interviews with global in-house counsel sharing their experiences are also included.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding data protection across a range of jurisdictions.
Take a short introductory quiz and learn 12 Dos and Don't for a company's outbound calling practices under the US Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
The purpose of this ACC guide (InfoPAK) is to provide an overview of opportunities available as a result of Big Data — the ability to collect, process, and interpret massive amounts of information — in healthcare, and the U.S. regulatory regime that is in part driving such industry change. It provides an overview of the key US federal and state laws pertaining to the collection and secondary use of health data, and suggests strategies and best practices for addressing health privacy and data ownership concerns.
Cybersecurity touches every aspect of consumer and corporate culture today. Preventing, preparing for and responding to data breaches in real time is a chief concern for individuals, corporate leaders and government regulators. Download the 2015 ACC Foundation: the State of Cybersecurity Report, underwritten by Ballard Spahr LLP, and learn what more than 1,000 corporate counsel say about their cybersecurity experiences, role and practices. The full report includes industry and regional trends, common preventative tactics, lessons learned from those who experienced a breach (including how the breach occurred and who was affected), the impact of regulatory requirements, insurance decision making and coverage information, and managing risk through outside support such as forensic and outside counsel retainers and more.