Tag Archives: M&A

Privacy and Data Security Due Diligence

This article is the third in a series of articles that discuss the importance of privacy and data security considerations in the transactional context. In any transaction in which an entity invests in or acquires another business or its assets, the investing or acquiring entity (the “Acquiror”) should fully evaluate its counterparty (the “Company”), the … Continue Reading

Navigating Public Company Cybersecurity Obligations: Advising Boards and Disclosing to Investors

This article is the second in a series of articles that discuss the importance of privacy and data security considerations in the transactional context. In light of numerous costly security breaches affecting disparate sectors of the American economy, public companies—ranging from merchants like Target Corporation and The Home Depot to technology firms like Adobe Systems, … Continue Reading

Privacy and Data Security in Transactions: What’s the Deal?

This article is the first in a series of articles that will discuss the importance of privacy and data security considerations in the transactional context. Data privacy and data security continued to capture headlines and boardroom attention in 2014, as the EU “right to be forgotten” ruling, the Sony cyberattack,1 new laws and lawsuits, and … Continue Reading
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