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Last month, the FDIC issued a guide designed to help fintechs looking to offer financial products and services better understand the expectations of their bank partners. Reviewing the FDIC's guide, one finds helpful insights for anyone involved in the financial services value chain. Below are a couple of the key take-aways...
Each year our TIPS section reviews the cyber breaches reported to the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office.  This article will be the first of several to review the information as reported. Number of Breaches Nebraska’s breach notification form is unique in that it requests the total number of records which were accessed...
On February 14, 2020, the Washington State Senate passed a comprehensive privacy bill that would give state residents new data rights.  LB 6281, known as the Washington Privacy Act (the "Act"), passed the Senate on a 46-1 vote.  The bill will now head to the House for consideration.  A similar bill failed in...
Retailers, restaurant groups, and other merchants are no strangers to complying with the accessibility requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Not only have merchants long addressed accessibility issues at their brick and mortar locations, in recent years, they have also worked to meet accessibility challenges presented by the intersection...
World Athletics, the international governing body for track and field and other competitive running disciplines, issued a pivotal ruling late last month that allows one of Nike’s controversial VaporFly models, the Next%, to be used in international competition, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.  The World Athletics decision imposes restrictions on future...

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