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By Walter Van Dorn
In the past few years, and particularly in the past few months, cryptocurrencies or digital currencies – most notably bitcoin and ether
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
This was the ambitious slate of illnesses and symptoms that Health Research Laboratories (HRL) and Kramer Duhon, its owner and president, claimed to cure.
By BakerHostetler  
AdoreMe, Inc., was born in 2010 when a former McKinsey & Company consultant sought to address the lack of lingerie lines that were affordable without being cheaply made.
By Alan Friel, Holly Melton, Linda Goldstein
There are any number of good reasons Jan Konopca kept his landline number and switched over to cell phone service.
By Alan Friel, Linda Goldstein, Holly Melton
If the first Uber data breach was epic, there may not be a word for the second.
By BakerHostetler  
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC or Commission) was hearing about it – 200,000 times a year.
By BakerHostetler  
Ironically, in previous years (until December 2016), the Copyright Office required online service providers to mail paper registration forms and checks in order to complete registration.
By Laura E. Jehl
Government agencies, prominent tech companies, startups and newly-created foundations are all working to develop a new paradigm for proof of identity based on blockchain technology.
By Gregory Mersol
Four years ago, a wave of cases involving unpaid internships looked to be the next "big thing."
By John Lewis
Prior bills have attempted, unsuccessfully, to eliminate individual arbitration as a means to resolve employment disputes.
By BakerHostetler  
Once completely obscure, fidget spinners are now a thing. Meaning that their existence, if not their actual purpose, has become known to you.
By Carl Hittinger, Tyson Herrold
As we discussed in our May 2017 article, the current head of the DOJ's Antitrust Division, Makan Delrahim...
By Camille Bent
On October 25, 2017, the Hedge Fund Industry Practice team hosted an event at the New York Yacht Club titled "Chair Clayton's Impact at the SEC.
By Jonathan Barr, Marco Molina
The revised FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy has two main components. First, the policy provides that if a company voluntarily self-discloses misconduct, fully cooperates...
By Michael Ferguson, Christian Jones, Adam Higgins, Tyler Thompson
Congressional Republicans face a Friday deadline to approve a stopgap budget bill to avert a government shutdown
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