telecommunications equipment: news
SEC order against Hackensack company is rare
March 2, 2011 -- The Record
Louis Goldberg says the SEC's denial of a New Jersey company's request to withdraw its plans to conduct an initial public offering can be due to a variety of reasons: an inquiry by its enforcement division, adverse financial issues, or a company's attempts to sell shares privately. Whatever the reason, he says, the denial will complicate any effort by Wave2Wave to raise capital in private or public markets.
SC Leaves Big Questions Open in Text-Message Privacy Case
June 18, 2010 -- E-Commerce Times
Barry Werbin says the Supreme Court's ruling in City of Ontario v. Quon was based on such a narrow and unusual fact pattern that it leaves open the larger questions of how much privacy employees can expect when they use employers' networks and systems for personal communications during work hours. Barry notes that as the cost of technology drops, more employees will have personal communications devices, which should lessen their reliance on employers' equipment.
To Tweet or Not to Tweet
March 9, 2010 -- NJ & Company
Companies should enunciate clear policies regarding employees' personal use of employers' computers, servers and other electronic communication devices and enforce those policies, Patricia Graham says. In this story, she analyzes the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers, both public and private.
Creativity Is The Key To Success
June 1, 2009 -- Mann on the Street
Herrick's bankruptcy practice is profiled in this cover story, focusing on the professional and personal creativity of the practitioners.
February 4, 2009 -- Wall Street Journal Bankruptcy Blog
Stephen Rathkopf discusses what led to -- and what results from -- the Third Circuit's finding in the WinStar bankruptcy matter, a huge success for our client.
Virtual Worlds: It's a Legal Jungle in There
November 26, 2008 -- E-Commerce Times
Steven Feldman notes that virtual worlds such as Second Life could be breeding grounds for securities fraud, with people using avatars to spread insider information or perpetrate pump-and-dump schemes. He analyzes how defense attorneys are likely to neutralize prosecutions of fraud.
Workplace Text-Messaging Ruling Wows Privacy Advocates
June 20, 2008 -- E-Commerce Times
Barry Werbin is quoted on a Ninth Circuit decision that held that employers using outside vendors to manage their text-messaging services generally do not have the right to ask the vendors for data about the employees' use of texting.