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Washington’s Data Breach Law is Changing – Expanding Definition of “Personal Information” and Adding New Notification Requirements

Beginning on March 1, 2020, Washington State’s data breach notification law will change in a number of important ways. First, the definition of “Personal Information” will expand significantly. This means more data elements will be added to the list of data elements that can trigger notification obligations in a breach scenario. Second, an additional notification

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Happy National Nurses Week!

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Helpful Safeguards Information for Investment Advisers and Broker-Dealers – Straight From the Examiners!

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Survey of Discipline of Practitioners by the USPTO in 2018

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Reporting Pro Bono Service by Virginia Lawyers

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Supreme Court Closes the Door, Mostly, to Class Action Arbitrations

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Virginia’s “Collateral Source Rule” Applies to Breach of Contract Matters

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Webinar: Rentals in Your HOA or Condo Getting You Down? What HOA Boards Need to Know About Regulating Rentals

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Sands Anderson Local Government Attorneys Awarded LGA Special Projects Award

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Who Gets The Money? The Widow or the Former Wife: An Analysis of Virginia Code Section 20-111.1

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Job Opportunity: Director of Marketing and Business Development

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Growth Opportunity for Experienced Attorneys

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Twenty Sands Anderson Attorneys Included in 2019 Super Lawyers® List

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