PIT IP Tech CastJul 05, 2021
U.S. Supreme Court Issues Important Opinion in Coinbase v. Bielski: Reverses 9th Circuit on Stay Issue
Court Makes Mandatory a Stay of District Court Actions on Interlocutory Appeal from Denial of Motion to Compel Arbitration
The United States Supreme Court, in a somewhat controversial ruling today, has resolved a circuit split by ruling that interlocutory appeals from a federal district court’s denial of a motion to compel arbitration must automatically stay the underlying District Court case. On June 23, 2023, the Supremes in Coinbase, Inc. v. Bielski, No. 22 – 105 (599 U.S. ____ 2023), held that the district court must stay its proceedings while an interlocutory appeal on the question of arbitrability is ongoing.
Ransomware Attack on Kaseya 12/5/21 Update - Indictments
The U.S. Justice Department and the FBI have combined to identify at least two of the perpetrators from REvil of the July 2021 ransomware attack on software giant Kaseya and have not only issued indictments, but also captured some of the ransom money paid. One suspect is being held in custody in Poland awaiting extradition. Hear the latest on our PIT IP Tech Cast.
Kaseya VSA Supply-Chain Ransomware Attack Update 7-9-21
Here is the latest on the Kaseya VSA supply-chain ransomware attack which is interesting because there is now strong interplay between the United States government and companies like Kaseya given the national security implications of this type of ransomware attack.
Kaseya VSA Server Ransomware Attack July 2021 - Lessons and Protocols for Dealing with Data Breach
Lawyers and Tech staff or outside vendors need to team up to create Privacy, Prevention, Mitigation and to Handle Litigation related to data breach and email intrusions.