IBM Reports Cyberattacks on COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Chain

Author: Caitlin Wilmot Published: December 4th, 2020 IBM Security (the company’s cybersecurity division) has recently discovered a global phishing campaign targeting organizations associated with the critical coronavirus vaccine distribution chain. The division’s “X-Force,” created at the onset of the pandemic to monitor cyber threats against vaccine developers and distributors, released a report on Thursday

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Destruction of Australian Indigenous Rock Art and the Concept of Place-Based IP: Another Casualty of COVID-19 Lutzker, Susan J.

Author: Susan Lutzker Published: July 6, 2020 The recent destruction of 46,000 year-old rock shelters in Western Australia by the actions of mining giant Rio Tinto has focused attention on the proposed new Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act. The new law would expand the definition of significant sites from dots on a map to

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COVID-19, Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, intellectual property law
Coronavirus Worker Death Claims Increase in Florida

Author: Mitch Panter Published: August 11th, 2020 In this article, Mitch Panter, of Panter, Panter, and Sampedro P.A. discusses the increase of coronavirus-related death claims in Florida which has subsequently resulted in a sharp increase in lawsuits against employers. Panter explains both the employer's responsibility to protect the employee, as well as workers' rights,

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Cruise Safety and the Coronavirus

Author: Mitch Panter Published: August 20th, 2020 In this article, Mitch Panter, of Panter, Panter, and Sampedro P.A. explores the issues related to cruise safety during a pandemic. Not only does Panter note the precautions passengers should take while aboard a cruise ship, but he also expands the responsibilities held by cruise ships to

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COVID-19, coronavirus, Panter law
EEOC Delays EEO-1 Report to 2021 Fortney, David S.
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Author: David Fortney Published: May 7th, 2020 EEOC announced that, due to COVID-19, it would be delaying the opening of the 2019 EEO-1 Component 1 data collection to relieve employees of the unnecessary burden of opening. As a result, employers should expect to submit their 2019 EEO-1 Compnent 1 data, as well as their

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