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Chuck Kunz and Ian McCauley Published in Cybersecurity Law & Strategy

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cyber securityChuck Kunz and Ian McCauley authored an article titled "Vendor Contracting for Privacy and Security" which was published in Cybersecurity Law & Strategy.  The article addresses the data security and privacy issues that may arise during contract negotiations between vendors and businesses.  The article focuses on various hypothetical scenarios and the issues that businesses and vendors must identify prior to executing any agreement.

Chuck is a partner in the firm’s Bankruptcy Group and co-chairs the firm’s Data Privacy and Information Governance Group.  He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/US (CIPP/US) and is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).  Chuck is a frequent author and speaker on topics relating to privacy, data management, and recent developments in Delaware law and legislation relating to these issues.

Ian is an attorney in the firm’s Corporate and Commercial Litigation Group and is also Morris James’ eDiscovery Coordinator.  His practice is focused on electronic discovery from the anticipation to the conclusion of litigation.  He is also a member of the firm’s Data Privacy and Information Governance Group.  Ian frequently speaks on all aspects of the electronic discovery process.

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Healthcare Tops the Charts for Lobbying Activity in Delaware

Delaware's healthcare providers may normally think more about treatment options than their government relations strategy, but the industry makes its voice heard. It should come as no surprise that healthcare tops the charts for lobbying activity in Delaware. Morris James' Government Relations group is in the thick of it for a variety of clients. In the beginning of September, the Delaware State News reported that not just the top spot, but the top two active ­lobbying organizations in Delaware grapple with healthcare issues. The hospital organization holds the number one spot for activity. Delaware's physician organization, the Medical Society of Delaware, holds the number two spot. More ›