Topic: Telecommunications

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Cybersecurity Checklist, Tax Reform, Iran Sanctions, Confidential Documents

Cold, colder, coldest? Fight the Arctic chill with a hot cup of coffee, a wool sweater, and the JD Supra Corporate Brief: Here’s a Top Ten cybersecurity checklist for boards of directors… (Ed Batts at DLA Piper) Canada is about to implement the harshest anti-spam law in the G-8 – and you need to know… Read more »

Canada To Implement Harshest Anti-Spam Law in the G-8 – What You Need to Know

[Link: What you need to know about Canada’s new Anti-Spam Law (CASL)] From attorneys at Bennett Jones, a look at Canada’s new anti-spam law, which applies to anyone who sends email into Canada. Key takeaways: The law prohibits any commercial message – text, sound, video, image that seeks to promote a business or relationship –… Read more »

Telemarketers Take Note: TCPA “Prior Consent” Rules Go Into Effect Today

As of today, October 16, 2013, telemarketers and other businesses that place pre-recorded calls to residential phones or cell numbers will have to obtain prior written consent from owners before placing a single call. Failure to do so could be costly, write Gerald Ferguson and Theodore Kobus at BakerHostetler: “Consumers receiving calls in violation of… Read more »

Doing Business in China: Trade Secrets, Foreign Investment, Drug Safety Regulation, Consumer Data and Other Matters…

Laws to protect trade secrets in China have been around for nearly two decades, write attorneys in Orrick’s Trade Secrets Group. Nevertheless, the best way to protect your valuable corporate information is to never let it fall into the wrong hands: “Due to the difficulty proving and obtaining effective remedies for trade secret misappropriation, it… Read more »