Luminate Law partner Elijah Yip will be presenting a CLE on cybersecurity and data privacy to the Hawaii State Bar Association’s Government Lawyers Section. The presentation will provide an overview of the framework of data privacy regulation at the global, federal, and state level, share tips on preventing common cyberattacks, and discuss data breach notification laws applicable to government agencies. Cybersecurity and data privacy are among the practice areas of Luminate Law.
Luminate Law partner Elijah Yip joined panelists Ryan Little and Dian Haar in presenting a CLE on cybersecurity and legal ethics. The CLE was sponsored by the Hawaii State Bar Association. Yip covered common cybersecurity attacks and preventative measures, as well as data breach notification requirements. Cybersecurity and data privacy are among the practice areas of Luminate Law.
Elijah Yip was selected for inclusion in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, a distinguished peer review guide. Yip was honored in the areas of Litigation-Real Estate, Litigation-Environmental, Litigation-Commercial, and Information Technology Law.
Luminate Law partner Elijah Yip spoke to the Honolulu Board of Realtors about the law of data privacy. Yip’s presentation summarized the framework of data privacy regulation in the United States, and Hawaii in particular. Yip also covered data breach notification requirements in his presentation. Cybersecurity and data privacy are among Luminate Law’s areas of practice.
Luminate Law partners Wang and Yip address effects of COVID-19 on contracts in webinar on business disruption and the law
Luminate Law partners Dean Wang and Elijah Yip presented a webinar to the Hawaii Employers Council webinar about the law applicable to events causing unexpected disruptions to business like the COVID-19 pandemic. Yip and Wang discussed the impact of business disruptive events on contracts, dispute resolution options, and employee privacy.
Elijah Yip discusses contract relief for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 in Honolulu Civil Beat article
March 30, 2020 – Luminate Law partner Elijah Yip provided comments in a Honolulu Civil Beat article about federal aid and legal relief available to small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Yip explained that contractual defenses like force majeure, frustration of possibility, and impossibility could help businesses that find it hard to fulfill contractual obligations due to the pandemic. Yip also pointed out that legal advice could prepare business owners to negotiate a solution to contract