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Kenneth Labach
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Attended Duke University School of Law
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Join the NY In-House Counsel for free cocktails and networking July 10 at a popular Midtown rooftop venue.  Details attached.
Don’t miss this year's premiere social/networking event exclusively for In-House Counsel!  New York In-House Counsel and GreenPoint Global are proud to present our 2nd Annual Rooftop Cocktails.  Meet and mingle with other NYIHC members while enjoying complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres high atop Manhattan on a rooftop overlooking the city.  We’ll see you there!  
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Free CLE and Networking June 13: NY In-House Counsel was established for in-house counsel by in-house counsel and has one simple mission: To conduct outstanding, free Continuing Legal Education presentations and networking events for our members on a monthly basis. We work with top law firms and industry-leading service providers to create free CLE programs of particular interest to the in-house community, as well as valuable networking opportunities for our members and sponsors alike.
Does reading insurance policies make your eyes hurt?  Has an insurer ever denied your company’s claim?  It's just a fact that insurance companies cannot make money if they pay too many claims.  Matt Bryant of Ohrenstein & Brown, LLP will prepare you to engage insurers who seem to hold all the cards when the chips are down. This CLE is specifically created for the in-house attorney and will provide a crash course of insurance coverage, rights, dut...
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Great insight - "Accountants believe that words are very precise. They will often seek a definitive legal opinion on their meaning. Lawyers know, from long experience, that words are malleable and can have different meanings. Meanwhile, lawyers are convinced that numbers are very precise and often take them at face value, whereas accountants know that numbers are malleable. You will often see accountants asking questions about the assumptions that underlie a set of numbers." http://gcseyeview.blogspot.com/2012/05/lies-damn-lies-and-metrics.html
The word “metrics” is so commonly used in modern business life that nobody thinks they need a definition of the term. It hardly occurred to me to look it up before starting this blog. But we probably ...
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My latest article - watch out for copyleft!
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The liability model is an important stick for IT professionals to get budget for network security but should lawyers be driving security standards?
The recent wave of security-related class action lawsuits shows that the days when software companies could blithely ignore security issues are long gone. Ars asks if that's a good thing.
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NY In-House Counsel and Greepoint Legal are presenting Rooftop Cocktails Wed. July 10 in Midtown Manhattan.  See the link for more details.
Don’t miss this year's premiere social/networking event exclusively for In-House Counsel!  New York In-House Counsel and GreenPoint Global are proud to present our 2nd Annual Rooftop Cocktails.  Meet and mingle with other NYIHC members while enjoying complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres high atop Manhattan on a rooftop overlooking Times Square.  We’ll see you there!  
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Sharing APIs - what are the pitfalls?  Let's take a look and see.
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Recent California case reminds developers that the way you write your code can influence how it is protected by the courts. Modularize and password protect functions that give you a competitive advantage if you are delivering them to customers.
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off to see the new stretch of the highline - in the rain - a nice warm rain
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Nothing like an outrageous headline to inaugurate a new social media platform.
It seems cocaine has been behind a rash of flesh-eating disease outbreaks in Los Angeles and New York. Cocaine cut with the veterinary drug, levamisole has apparently been linked to a number of cases ...
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I am lawyer that helps businesses buy and sell software.
Employment
  • Datalex
    Counsel, present
  • Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll
    Associate, 1997 - 2000
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NYC
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Saskatoon, SK - Edmonton, AB - Kyiv, Ukraine - Durham, NC - Silver Spring, MD - Alpharetta, GA - New York, NY
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Attended an attempted revolution in Moscow
Education
  • Duke University School of Law
    1997
  • University of Saskatchewan
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