In response to the growing threat by pro-Russia hacktivists, on May 1, 2023, CISA and other national agency partners issued an Alert to operators of industrial control systems and small-scale operational technology systems in North America and Europe on mitigation techniques for cyber operations to prevent a compromise of industrial control systems, including “Water and

This week’s post includes an excerpt from our co-authored article PFAS will be increasing concern for manufacturers in year ahead,” published in the Hartford Business Journal’s Economic Forecast issue on January 8, 2024.

PFAS — perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances — have been on the scene for years now, but we expect to see

This week’s post was co-authored by Robinson+Cole Labor and Employment Group lawyer Madison C. Picard.

As we look ahead to 2024, there are a number of new issues and trends that appear on the local, state, and federal horizon with regard to labor and employment laws that may impact manufacturers. The following are a

Boeing has confirmed that its parts and distribution site has been attacked by LockBit ransomware, which is believed to be Russian based. Boeing has said that the attack has not affected flight safety. Boeing is investigating the attack.

LockBit publicly claimed responsibility for the attack and boasted that it had stolen “sensitive data” from Boeing

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) recently issued “timely information about current security issues, vulnerabilities, and exploits surrounding” Industrial Control Systems (ICS).

The Advisories provide background on the vulnerabilities, and the manufacturers’ releases for remediation and mitigation to implement to protect against the vulnerabilities, which Industrial Control Systems operators may wish to consult. The

There is massive confusion both in the manufacturing community and the popular press. Even some of the well-respected industry publications have had a hard time getting it right. 

We see and hear the terms all the time:  “Buy America,” “Buy American,” “Made in the USA,” “Made in America,” “Build Back Better.” While all of these

We continue our annual tradition of covering legal trends and outlook for this year, focusing this week on employment and labor.  Following several years of pandemic-focused legislation, we are now seeing a significant uptick in new employment legislation and emerging work-related trends across the country.  The following are a few of the issues and trends

In late 2012, we created the Manufacturing Law Blog with the goal of providing our manufacturing clients with a holistic approach to the unique issues they face in their global operations.  Starting in 2016, we began a new tradition of dedicating our first three posts of the year to a yearly outlook from our different