Monthly Archives: December 2019
Patrick E. Deady, shareholder and head of Litigation Practice at HMBR, discusses impeachment on the Cheddar News Network. Speaking with anchors Baker Machado and J. D. Durkin, Mr. Deady compared the current impeachment process moving forward in the Senate with the Clinton impeachment trial and what could happen if […]
Data Security at Postsecondary Institutions: The Federal Standards Every Title IV Institution Should Follow to Protect Student Information
The U.S. Department of Education recently met with interested stakeholders to discuss data security protocols issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”). The NIST is tasked with developing consistent security standards and guidelines for processing, storing, and transmitting “Controlled Unclassified Information” (“CUI”) managed by nonfederal organizations. Relevant […]
In a recent letter to the Senate Subcommittee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee (“Subcommittee”), the Department of Education’s Principal Deputy Counsel Reed R. Rubinstein shared preliminary findings from six investigations under Section 117 of the Higher Education Act, as amended. The investigations were launched, in part, as a […]
If we get to a Senate impeachment trial, who will testify? Patrick Deady’s commentary in Chicago Tribune
Patrick Deady, an HMBR shareholder, and former federal prosecutor, discusses the Senate proceedings if an impeachment trial is conducted against President Donald Trump. Mr. Deady’s commentary was published in The Chicago Tribune, December 9, 2019. The full article can be read here.