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Value Based Fixed-Fee Pricing: The Model that Works for XPAN

Rebecca L. Raksoki, Esq. and Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. discuss why they decided to use value based, fixed-fee pricing within their business model, and how it creates more opportunity for client-friendly relationships. * * * * * * Disclaimer: This video does not constitute legal advice. The speaker does not warrant that the presentations or […]

Transitioning to Remote Work: Ensuring that Privacy and Security remain a priority

Rebecca Rakoski and Jordan Fischer provide some thoughts on privacy and security topics that should be considered when transitioning your work force to a remote environment. We provide guidance on remote work in this video segment.   * * * * * * Disclaimer: This video does not constitute legal advice. The speaker does not […]

Discovering the “New Normal”: An update on XPAN’s Approach to the Pandemic

Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. and Rebecca L. Rakoski, Esq. discuss how XPAN and our team is transitioning to the “new normal” during a global pandemic. * * * * * * Disclaimer: This video does not constitute legal advice. The speaker does not warrant that the presentations or materials are free of errors, or will […]

We introduce Michael Simon, our newest team member, and discuss why privacy still matters

This week, our team discusses why privacy still matters as we all transition during this pandemic. We also introduce Michael Simon, Esquire, our newest team member who is barred in Massachusetts. You can learn more about Michael Simon on his bio page. * * * * * * Disclaimer: This video does not constitute legal […]

Discussing Key Components of Cyber and Privacy Liability

This week, Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. and Rebecca L. Rakoski, Esq. discuss the potential areas of cyber and privacy that expose companies to liabilities from a variety of sources. * * * * * * Disclaimer: This video does not constitute legal advice. The speaker does not warrant that the presentations or materials are free […]

A reminder that agencies continue to enforce data protection and security regulations

This week, Jordan, Rebecca, and Antonia discuss the continued enforcement of data protection and security regulations by government entities, both in the US and internationally. To learn more, you can read Antonia’s blog post available here, “Data Security and Privacy Enforcement Continues During Covid-19.” * * * * * * Disclaimer: This video does not […]

Join Jordan and Rebecca as they discuss the impact of privacy laws on bankruptcy proceedings

Join Rebecca Rakoski and Jordan Fischer as they discuss the merging of bankruptcy law and privacy law! We discuss the role of privacy policies, data inventories, and other key areas to be considering to value your business! For more information, check out our blog post, “Collision Course — Bankruptcy and Privacy are poised to meet.” […]

COVID-19 does not mean the end of privacy

This week, Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. and Rebecca L. Rakoski, Esq. discuss the recent guidance from the EDPB, and other regulatory agencies, that privacy regulations are still enforced during the current situation. For more information, check out our blog post, “This is Not the End of Privacy.” * * * * * * Disclaimer: This […]

The Uniqueness of XPAN: Creating Lasting Relationships with Clients & Delving Deeply Into the Law

Rebecca L. Rakoski, Esq. and Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. talk about how they operate XPAN and the unique way in which we interact and structure the relationship with clients. * * * * * * Disclaimer: This video does not constitute legal advice. The speaker does not warrant that the presentations or materials are free […]

$24 Million and Counting: A Reminder to Stay Vigilant with Cybersecurity and Data Privacy

Rebecca L. Rakoski, Esq. and Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. provide a brief update on staying vigilant in cybersecurity and data privacy. During COVID-19, cyber threats are increasing, and can create business ending events. And, the California continues to see its privacy laws evolve and potentially see a November ballot initiative. * * * * * […]