Angela Turturro

About The Author

Angela Turturro is the Sections editor for the New York Law Journal and head of the Contributed Content desk for ALM.

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  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Complex Litigation

    May 18, 2020

    In this Special Report: "Feeling the Burn? The Plaintiffs' Securities Bar Has Set Its Sights on the Cannabis Industry," "The Future of Forum Selection Clauses," "Are You Ready for Your Next Cross-Border Regulatory Inquiry?" and "Is There Any Limit to Ostensibly Unfettered Discretion in a Contract?"

  • New York Law Journal

    Cybersecurity

    May 11, 2020

    In this Special Report: "New York's SHIELD Act: How Much Will Your Inadvertence Cost You?," "Leveraging Cyber Insurance To Mitigate the Economic Impact of Cyber Incidents," "SHIELD and Sword: New York's Far Reaching Statute Governing Data Breaches," "Navigating the Ambiguous Requirement of 'Reasonable Security' Measures While Protecting Personal Information" and "Cyber Coverage for Penalties Imposed Under the SHIELD Act."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    The Top 10 Labor Law Rulings of the Past 10 (Really, 11) Years: Part II

    May 6, 2020

    In his Construction Accident Litigation, Brian J. Shoot analyzes the remainder of his "Top 10" list of Court of Appeals' decisions involving §§240, 241(6) or 200 of the Labor Law, giving consideration to not only the importance of the determination in each case, but also its novelty.

  • New York Law Journal | Commentary

    Law Day

    May 1, 2020

    Chief Judge DiFiore, the presiding justices of the Appellate Division, and NYSBA president Hank Greenberg reflect on women's rights and voting for Law Day.

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Litigation

    April 7, 2020

    In this Special Report: "The Litigation Environment in the Vape Industry," "To Be, or Not To Be … Laches," "Delaware Supreme Court Upholds Forum Selection Clause Provisions for Securities Act Claims," "Class Action Waivers in FINRA Employee Arbitrations: Is a Circuit Split on the Horizon?" and "Defend Trade Secrets Act Goes International."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    White-Collar Crime

    March 30, 2020

    In this Special Report, "A Silver Lining for New York's Former Assembly Speaker," "Best Practices for Responding to Subpoenas That Conflict With Foreign Data Privacy Laws," "Compliance and Ethics Programs: The First Line of Defense for Public Companies" and "When Breaching a Contract Is More Than Just Breaking a Promise: Contours of Fraud Cases Affected by the Second Circuit's 'Countrywide' Decision."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Intellectual Property

    March 23, 2020

    In this Special Report: "'Anthrex v. Smith & Nephew': Are PTAB APJs Constitutionally Appointed?," "AI and Life Sciences Patents: Separating Myth From Reality," "Strategies for Avoiding and Responding to Copyright Troll Litigation," "New York Court Provides Guidance to Practitioners Challenging Trade Secret Ownership Under the DTSA" and "Music, Deposit Copies and 'Skidmore v. Led Zeppelin': A Workaround."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    March 16, 2020

    In this Special Report: "Resolving Financial Disputes Through Mediation," "The March Towards Cybersecurity Maturity in Arbitration," "Deal-Dispute Mediating: A Former Deal-Maker's Perspective," "It's Not Just About Mediation: 'Presumptive ADR' and the Spectrum," "Getting Real About Discovery in Arbitrations" and "Party Autonomy, Repeat Appointments and 'Halliburton'."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Litigation

    March 9, 2020

    In this Special Report: "Filenames as Copyright Management Information," "Live Video Transmission of Trial Testimony Under Rule 43," "Digging Deep: Practical Tips To 'Bury' an Expert Witness on Cross-Examination," "Cracking the Code: The Growing Use of DNA Indictments To Satisfy the Constraints of Expiring Statutes of Limitations" and "Business Divorce Cases of 2019."

  • New York Law Journal | Analysis

    Cybersecurity

    March 2, 2020

    In this Special Report: "Deceptive Domains: The $12.5 Billion Problem," "Cyber Preparedness in the Boardroom," "Implications of the 'Data Fiduciary' Provision in the Proposed New York Privacy Act," "How To Navigate Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Intrusions" and "Risk of Foreign Access to U.S. Data Spur Government To Act, but Economic Concerns Loom."

 

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