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California’s New Privacy Law Will Change How You Do Business

15 August 2019|Litigation
By Wayne Nitti
California is a few months away from implementing a new data privacy law that will upend the way companies do business in the state. The California Consumer Privacy Act is set to go into effect on January 1, 2020 and will be the most far-reaching data privacy law in the country. Under the CCPA, consumers are in control of their personal data – they can decide how and whether businesses [...]
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International Commercial Arbitration Sets Up Shop in California

31 July 2019|Litigation
By Wayne Nitti
Last year, Governor Brown signed a game-changing amendment to the California International Arbitration and Conciliation Act, which now permits non-Californian and foreign attorneys to represent parties in international commercial arbitrations and dispute resolutions within the borders of California. This legislation was welcome news not only for attorneys, but for [...]
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Tailoring Software Solutions to Meet Litigation Demands

13 June 2019|Litigation
By Wayne Nitti
Most of the time, attorneys who come to our site to set up a new case or arrange for e-service and e-filing quickly master its navigation. Whether they’re acting on an agreement among counsel or pursuant to an order issued by a judge or arbitrator, lawyers typically find that the user prompts and menu choices in our online platform provide everything they need to get started. Our case-oriented [...]
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Why California Fell Behind on E-Filing

31 May 2019|Litigation
By Wayne Nitti
Given California’s status as the world’s sixth-largest economy, and considering that it’s home to global technology leaders such as Adobe, Alphabet, and Apple, you might think that the state’s court system would be out front in adopting digital tools like electronic filing and online case management. When it comes to modernizing its judicial system, however, the [...]
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