Hello, and welcome to the first issue of Inside Track, the weekly email briefing where we’ll cover key issues for in-house counsel, answer pressing questions and keep you in the know about what your colleagues are up to. I’m Jennifer Williams-Alvarez, an in-house counsel reporter based in New York City.

Despite the long weekend ahead, there’s a lot happening, so settle in. Sexual misconduct allegations continue to surface this week – some of the latest involving Pixar and TED Talk conferences - and the FCC announced plans Tuesday to eliminate net neutrality rules (no exceptions made for states, either). In this week’s edition, we’ll focus on AT&T’s impending court battle with the DOJ and the fallout at Uber behind a massive breach. Plus, over at Equifax, the company’s top lawyer has been named in an extensive document request letter.

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