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Prosecutors Want $19 Million From Lawyer Who Stole From Firm

Nathan E. Hardwick IV should be forced to forfeit $19.9 million after treating his law firm as a “personal piggy bank,” according to a motion filed by prosecutors as Hardwick awaits sentencing. Hardwick was convicted last October of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud, and making a false statement …

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NY Legislature Considering Privacy Bill Similar to CCPA

Following on the heels of the California Consumer Privacy Act, a bill has been introduced in the New York state legislature that would require businesses to provide consumers with all of their personal information that the business retains or discloses to a third party. Called the “Right to Know Act …

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