Holland & Knight News

HOLLAND & KNIGHT: Holland & Knight Welcomes Jake Evans to Georgia Government Advocacy Team

By Press release submission | Nov 6, 2018

Jake Evans, a rising star in Georgia's government and legal communities, has joined Holland & Knight's Atlanta office as an associate and member of the firm's Georgia Government Advocacy Team.

HOLLAND & KNIGHT: Twenty-Seven Holland & Knight Massachusetts Attorneys Named Super Lawyers and Rising Stars for 2018

By Press release submission | Oct 28, 2018

Holland & Knight is pleased to announce that 19 attorneys in the firm's Boston office have been named Massachusetts "Super Lawyers" and 8 named "Rising Stars" for 2018 by Super Lawyers.

HOLLAND & KNIGHT: Cyber and IP Lawyer Mark Francis Joins Holland & Knight in New York

By Press release submission | Oct 28, 2018

Cybersecurity, data privacy and intellectual property lawyer Mark Francis has joined Holland & Knight as a partner in the firm's New York office.

HOLLAND & KNIGHT: Eminent M&A Lawyer Howard Shecter Joins Holland & Knight

By Press release submission | Oct 7, 2018

Senior mergers and acquisitions lawyer Howard Shecter has joined Holland & Knight as of counsel in the firm's Philadelphia and New York offices.

Court says CFPB didn't have authority to issue Civil Investigative Demand

By Mark Powell | May 9, 2016

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - A federal appeals court has ruled that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau overstepped its bounds when issuing a Civil Investigation Demand to the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).

CDA bars action claiming websites facilitated sex trafficking

By Rebecca Campbell | Apr 18, 2016

BOSTON (Legal Newsline) – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit has delivered a win to Backpage.com in the case of three young girls who alleged they were victims of human trafficking after the website ran online prostitution ads featuring them, affirming that websites are immune under the Communications Decency Act (CDA).

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