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District Court Grants Preliminary Injunction in Lawsuit Immigration Reform

A federal district court in Texas granted a preliminary injunction temporarily blocking the implementation of DAPA and the expansion of DACA in a lawsuit brought by 26 states. (State of Texas, et al v. U.S.A, 2/16/15) The American Immigration Lawyers Association (“AILA”) issued a statement regarding the decision by Texas federal judge Andrew Hanen to …

Cybersecurity Down to the Bare Metal: Manufacturer Places Malware in the Hardware

As described by the New York Times, hackers are in a “race to the bare metal” – to infect computing hardware itself – and two recent developments represent shocking advances in that field: the discovery of the Superfish adware program shipped by Lenovo as default software on its computers and the announcement by security research …

Financial Services Law Firms to Share Cybersecurity

Digital reality has, at long last, prevailed over the traditional taciturn nature of law firms with regard to their safeguards for client and firm information. In the wake of several law firm breaches in the past year, there is growing pressure from banks and other financial services clients to shore up their information security. Law …

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