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    Harvey Weinstein Fired From His Own Company Amid Massive Sexual Abuse Allegations

    Earlier this month, the New York Times published a bombshell article detailing numerous accounts of sexual abuse by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein over the course of three decades. The article accuses Weinstein of sexually harassing, and subsequently paying settlements to, at least eight women.  In the days following the article’s release, a number of other […]

    “Burlington” Assessment Published In New York Law Journal

    Cullen and Dykman LLP is proud to announce the recent publication of “Burlington: Duty to Defend Additional Insureds Still Going Strong”, in the New York Law Journal. The article discusses the impact of the recent Court of Appeals decision Burlington Ins. v. NYC Transit Auth. and can be accessed by clicking here. The article was authored by […]

    House Representatives Reveal Bill Attempting to Reinstate Previously Rescinded Title IX Guidance

    Just several weeks after the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights ( “OCR”) announced that it was rescinding two Obama-era directives, the 2011 Dear Colleague Letter on Sexual Violence and the 2014 Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence, Congresswoman Jackie Speier (CA-14) and the leadership of the Democratic Women’s Working […]

    Equifax Hacked Again: Company’s Website Allegedly Linked Customers to Malware

    Just over a month after announcing it fell victim to one of the largest consumer data breaches ever, reports indicate that Equifax may have been hacked again. This time the potential hack does not involve compromised personal data but rather the company’s website redirecting visitors to other sites in an attempt to get them to […]

    Second Circuit Rules in Favor of Fraternity Brothers in “Jackie” Rape Dispute

    In late September, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit found that the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York erred in dismissing a lawsuit brought by former members of the fraternity at the center of the Rolling Stone article, “A Rape on Campus.” In November 2014, Rolling Stone […]

    Congress Grills Former Equifax CEO about Data Breach

    Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith testified in front of the House Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection subcommittee on Tuesday to provide details about the massive data breach that put at risk the personal information of millions of consumers. Smith offered a few new details about the breach in a prepared statement before fielding questions from […]

    NFL Player Sues Former Team For Wrongful Termination

    Former NFL linebacker Erin Henderson is suing the New York Jets for wrongful termination after the two sides failed to reach a settlement agreement. Henderson was released from the Jets in February after the team declined to pick up the option on his contract for the 2017 season.  The suit claims that Henderson was let […]

    Equifax Data Breach Update: Company Announces Major Shakeup amid Public Backlash

    Equifax has announced that chairman and CEO Richard Smith will retire from the company effective immediately. Paulino do Rego Barros, Jr., President of Equifax’s Asia Pacific division, will act as interim CEO while the company searches for a permanent replacement.  In addition, Mark Fedler, a member of the Equifax board of directors, will take Smith’s […]