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Home Depot directors prevail in cybersecurity liability claim

Matt Hafter December 6, 2016
Exterior photo of a Home Depot

Just two weeks after we discussed an influential case that outlined the duty of oversight that directors of public and private Delaware corporations owe with regard to legal compliance risks like cybersecurity, a federal court issued an order that made the connection crystal clear. READ MORE

Cybersecurity liability: Delaware has good news for directors

Matt Hafter November 15, 2016
illustration of a businessman in front of a maze

In a new opinion, the Delaware Chancery Court has stated that the standards of “bad faith” that must exist in order for directors to be held liable for failing to exercise oversight with regard to the corporation’s compliance with law in a risky area. READ MORE

Can 3D printing technology be stolen by sound recorders?

August 2, 2016
3D Printer - Hand

There is little question that 3D printing is an important part of technology and manufacturing development. But a recent study may raise some concern over the security of that technology in an unexpected way. READ MORE