Media Mentions

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Eric Levine, Lindabury’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Group Co-Chair provided insight to SC Media for their recent white paper, Hiding in Plain Sight.  Eric suggests that an organization consider and understand what types of data might be vulnerable to attack in order to understand the implications of responding to unauthorized accesses of that information.

You can download a copy of the white paper here.

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In ROI-NJ’s recent article, Robert Anderson suggests the potential for the talk of trade wars to permeate other sectors of the economy, potentially adversely impacting other business segments.  Worst case, this could make for a stifling of the free-for-all in business buying and selling that’s going on currently.

To read the full article online click here.

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Robert Anderson, chair of Lindabury’s Mergers and Acquisitions group was recently interviewed by ROI-NJ in regards to the recently increase in M&A activity.  Bob has indicated that the the last nine months have been his busiest of the past 30 years.

To read the full article online, click here.

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Kathleen Connelly of Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper in Westfield has been handling management-side employment law matters for 25 years, but has also distinguished herself as a mentor. She helped found in 2007, and continues to take a leadership role in, the firm’s Women’s Business Initiative, and has a reputation at the firm of always being willing to take time to show and explain to colleagues how to handle challenging tasks.

“I have always had an inner teacher instinct that does not want to simply delegate, but strives to educate individuals so that they are armed with the information they need … I remember often feeling both terrified and incompetent in my early years, and I try to change that experience for young associates to the extent I can.” says Kathleen.

You can read the full article, Connelly Uses ‘Inner Teacher Instinct’ at Lindabury McCormick, on the New Jersey Law Journal’s website (subscription may be required)

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Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation has welcomed John R. Blasi to the Board of Trustees. Children’s Specialized Hospital, a nonprofit organization, is leading the way into a brighter future for children and adolescents facing special health challenges – from chronic illnesses and complex physical disabilities like brain and spinal cord injuries, to developmental and behavioral issues like autism and mental health.  In support of the largest pediatric rehabilitation health system in the United States, Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation and its trustees work to ensure financial stability so the Hospital can continue to expertly care for children facing devastating illness and injury.

To read the full article available on Tapinto’s Website click here.

 

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Andrew Gibbs was recently interviewed by Kent Thune of Fit Small Business in regards to Commercial Property Insurance.  Andy  suggests, “Business owners should also consider a Business Owners Policy (BOP), which is a ‘package’ policy that combines commercial property insurance with other types of coverage.  The BOP typically costs less than if a company purchased a number of separate policies.”

Originally published by Fit Small Business on June 6, 2018. You can read the full article here.

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Lindabury’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Practice Group Co-Chair Eric Levine was recently interviewed by NJBIZ regarding the recent security lapse of a South Jersey physicians network which wiped out the password protection on a supposedly secure site.

Eric says, “A company that engages in thorough due diligence may be able to use that as a defense if it’s sued as a result of a third-party provider hack.”

“It’s important to deal with cybersecurity and other issues up front, especially when you’re dealing with a new vendor,” Levine said. “Consider the depth of access to your data that they need, too. If a firm is just providing you with paper products, they don’t need deep access to your data, so a cybersecurity audit may not be very important.

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Lindabury Employment law attorney Lisa Gingeleskie was recently interviewed by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) HR Magazine regarding the #MeToo epidemic and the business leaders’ responsibility.  Lisa says, “Executives need to sit up and take notice because they need to be able to guide their companies appropriately in the midst of this change”

To read the full article available on SHRM’s website click here.

 

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Robert Anderson, Co-Chair of Lindabury’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice group was recently interviewed by ROI-NJ’s Tom Bergeron in regards to the European Union’s May 25th institution of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Bob feels GDPR will have a huge impact in Europe where there is a different view of privacy.  “In the EU, they have taken the position that privacy is a fundamental human right and we certainly have not taken that position in the U.S., especially in terms of digital information.”

To read ROI-NJ’s full online article click here.

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Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice group co-chair, Robert Anderson’s recent interview has been included in New Jersey Business Magazine’s recent cover story ” The Digital Landscape Evolves”.  Regarding employees who work remotely, who may now pose a risk to their companies Bob says, ” I think everybody, every company, realistically, withing the constraints of what they can reasonably do, should devote significant attention to these kinds of remote access liability issues.”  Bob will be among a panel of Cybersecurity professionals at NJBIA’s upcoming “The Internet of Things – Transforming Your Business” Summit on April 20th in Newark, NJ.

To read the full article click here.

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