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State of Alabama v. Donnis Musgrove
A Lethal Combination of Bad Lawyering and Prosecutorial Misconduct?

Cumberland Law School

Pillsbury partner, David G. Keyko, will participate in the panel discussion titled, "State of Alabama v. Donnis Musgrove: A Lethal Combination of Bad Lawyering and Prosecutorial Misconduct?", at Samford University on April 7, 2015 at 12 pm CT.

mHealth Applications Legal Issues
Pillsbury's Northern Virginia Office

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According to a recent study, more than 100,000 mHealth apps have already been published on Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platforms. Market revenue is expected to skyrocket to $26 billion by 2017.

Privacy, Cyber Threats and Risk Mitigation: Mitigating Liability Through the SAFETY Act

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The threat of cyber attacks is very real, as evidenced by recent, high-profile attacks on retailers, hospitals and corporations alike.

While the cost of mounting such an attack is cheap (as little as $2 to crash a Web site), the cost to a company that suffers an attack can be astronomical.

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