Archive for the 'Liability Protection' Category

Charging Order Protection

February 27th, 2010, 12:56:17 PM
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By: Kerry Kolvet, Esq. The protection of assets is generally one of the biggest reasons to form a legal entity. Specifically, the protection of business assets from an owner’s personal liabilities is critical to a business’ continuing success. In many states, a personal creditor may charge a stockholder’s stock with payment of a judgment. Such […]

A Safe Harbor for “Data Collectors” if a Data Breach Occurs

October 1st, 2009, 10:52:24 AM
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By Bonnie Drinkwater, Esq. and Kerry Kolvet, Esq. If you collect confidential data on your customers or clients, an important change in the law will provide you with a mechanism to reduce your liability if the data is lost or stolen. On the heels of ineffective data breach notification laws, Nevada Senate bill 227, a […]

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