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Attorneys General from 32 States and the District of Columbia Throw Their Collective Weight Behind Data Breach Settlement

On October 3, 2012, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and its wholly-owned subsidiary Allied Property & Casualty Insurance Company experienced a data breach when a hacker exploited a vulnerability on the companies’ web application hosting software. This hack resulted in the compromise of the personal information of 1.27 million consumers, including social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, credit scoring information, and other data used to provide insurance quotes.

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The Risk in Conducting Your Risk Assessment

Few things have upended the world of cybersecurity regulation in the United States recently more than the new cybersecurity regulations issued by the New York State Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) in March of this year. Found in 23 N.Y.C.R.R. Part 500, these new regulations are sweeping in scope and reach far beyond the financial services sector in New York, affecting entities that support that sector as well as a number of other entities that may not have thought of themselves as governed, even in part, by DFS.

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Final Paid Family Leave Rules Issued in New York

With less than six months until the roll out of Paid Family Leave (PFL) in New York, the Workers Compensation Board (WCB) has released the final rules implementing the PFL Benefits Law. 

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Paid Family Leave Employee Contribution Rate for 2018 Published

The Department of Financial Services (DFS) has issued a much-anticipated document setting the maximum employee contribution to pay for New York Paid Family Leave (PFL) at 0.126% of an employee’s weekly wage, up to the statewide average weekly wage.  With a current average weekly wage of $1,305.92, this means that employee contributions will initially be capped at $1.65 per week.

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Workers Compensation Board Issues Proposed New York Paid Family Leave Rules, Take Two

Back in February, proposed regulations for New York’s Paid Family Leave Benefits Law were issued by the Workers Compensation Board (WCB). Today, the WCB released a revised set of proposed regulations containing some minor and a few substantial changes.

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