About the Author

Chris DiMarco

Chris DiMarco

Chris DiMarco, Managing Editor of InsideCounsel magazine, has a background in multimedia production with previous involvement in projects in which he developed and created content for print, online and video campaigns. At InsideCounsel, Chris covers the litigation, labor and employment and technology sectors. Most recently, Chris served as a communications specialist at one of the largest financial firms in the U.S. He earned a B.S. in English from SUNY Albany and an M.S. in Interactive Journalism from Quinnipiac University.

Article List

  • EA securities suit thrown out of court

    In the case of Electronic Arts’ botched launch of the game “Battlefield 4,” U.S. District Judge Susan Illston of San Francisco has ruled that a pending investor’s suit hinged on the latter. As a result, the case was dismissed on Oct 22.

  • Labor & Employment Digest: November 2014

    The practice area of labor and employment presents a number of unique challenges for lawyers. Both inside and outside attorneys need to remain abreast of developments in workplace law if they’re to successfully handle issues.

  • Cloudy outlook

    Fortunately, in most forms of compliance, a concrete set of rules and regulations enforced by a government or state agency helps to shape corporate policies. Unfortunately, that rule of thumb goes out the window when approaching cloud compliance.

  • Banks identify suspicious activity related to credit cards recently used at Staples stores

    According to a post on the blog KrebsonSecurity, several banks indicated that an unidentified entity has gained access to customer credit card information from multiple Staples regional subsets in the Northeast

  • Facebook files suit against legal representation of Paul Ceglia

    Claims of owning a majority stake in one of the most popular social media platforms of all time are usually met with raised eyebrows, and unfortunately can also be met with some pretty serious legal retaliation against your lawyers

  • SEC releases record enforcement figures for FY 2014

    According to the SEC, a record 755 enforcement actions were filed this year and $4.16 billion worth of disgorgements and penalties were recouped as a result of Commission activity.

  • Former Google DGC Michelle Lee tapped for lead USPTO post

    Lee brings deep technology industry experience, with degrees in both electrical engineering and computer science from M.I.T. as well as time spent as deputy general counsel for Google.

  • Oracle latest tech company implicated in wage-fixing ring

    The suit was filed in a federal court in San Jose by a Greg Garrison, a former account manager for Oracle. While Oracle is the only defendant named in the complaint, Garrison says that the company had conspired with other tech companies, including Google and Microsoft, as early as 2007.

  • Supreme Court declines to hear federal officer removal case

    Invoking a federal officer removal statute, the defendant was able to take the case out of Hawaii state court and into federal court. Under the statute federal entities--including contractors--are allowed to remove their cases to federal court; the question is whether or not the defendant offered sufficient evidence that it...

  • FedEx faces EEOC suit for failing to accommodate deaf workers

    The Commission says that FedEx did not provide sufficient accommodations to those workers, failing to offer sign-language interpretation and closed captioning in their mission-critical communications. This includes onboarding communications like training videos and orientations as well as safety meetings and reviews.

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