Guest post by Jennifer Post and Luke Sosnicki of Thompson Coburn LLP
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) takes effect on January 1, 2020. Private litigants may begin to bring lawsuits under the CCPA for data breaches the same day. California’s Attorney General will begin enforcing the CCPA in its entirety six months later on July 1, 2020.
Guest post by Steve Quinlivan from Stinson LLP
In Howland Jr. v. Kumar et al the Delaware Court of Chancery addressed the alleged spring-loading of options in connection with the repricing of options when considering a motion to dismiss.
Guest post by Stephanie Teplin and Craig A. Newman from Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP
Before investing in a company, would you want to know whether the board of directors had cybersecurity expertise?
A bipartisan group of senators have proposed a bill, Senate Bill 592, that would require every public company to disclose the cybersecurity background of its directors, and, if none exists, explain why the company doesn’t believe it is necessary.
Guest post by Ryan D. Harris, P.C., Jeffrey B. Kaplan, P.C., Cole Parker, David H. Stults of Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Family offices and other types of family investment vehicles are more frequently seeking new ways to invest and manage family capital, including ways to leverage outside capital. While there is no single solution that is appropriate for every family office, traditional models are increasingly evolving into new and unique structures.
In the last several years, the private equity secondary market has transitioned and the debate around liquidity has continued. Explore different views on the liquidity in the private markets as we study transaction costs and their impact in the secondary markets.
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