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    Are Pharmacy Benefit Managers' Cost-Containment Claims a Shell Game?

    Jonathan L. Swichar, Erin M. Duffy and Robyn Stoter

    In today's political climate, one of the hottest topics is the rising cost of healthcare and drugs. Following the last election, all industries should anticipate change, especially in healthcare. While much of the focus is currently on whether the Affordable Care Act will be repealed, one of the areas the government continues to scrutinize is costs.

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    Quarterly State Compliance Review

    Sandra Feldman

    This edition of the Quarterly State Compliance Review looks at legislation of interest to corporate lawyers that recently went into effect, and looks at some recent decisions of interest from courts in Delaware, New York, and California.

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    Director Independence to Consider Pre-Suit Demand

    Joseph M. McLaughlin and Yafit Cohn

    In a decision written by Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr., for the second time in 15 months, the Delaware Supreme Court reversed a Court of Chancery decision dismissing a derivative complaint for failure to plead demand excusal.

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    User Behavior Analytics and Your Company's Data

    Jason Straight

    While cybersecurity spending at many organizations still tends to focus on perimeter defenses, security experts have begun to face the reality that it is nearly impossible to keep bad actors out of your network, and are turning their attention to better ways of mitigating threats posed by intruders once they've hacked their way in.

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    The GDPR

    Ryan Costello

    Considerations for Corporate Counsel and Discovery Teams

    With the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) set to take effect in May 2018, the serious implications for corporate legal counsel and e-discovery teams are difficult to deny.

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    Liability Releases For Background Checks Are Unlawful

    Sarah Riskin

    The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) requires employers to first inform applicants and employees about the intent to obtain and use a background check. But the FCRA does not provide employers with a template disclosure or any concrete guidance on what the disclosure should say. Rather, the law simply forbids employers from including anything beyond "solely the disclosure" and authorization in the form used to inform individuals about the employer's intent to obtain a background check.

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