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By William L. Charron
Restituting Nazi-looted artwork is and has been a moral objective since the conclusion of World War II.
By Jeffrey Alberts
Recently, Chilean and Brazilian governmental agencies have begun investigating banks for refusing to offer bank accounts to cryptocurrency companies.
By Michael P. Dunworth, Bertrand C. Fry, Lawrence A. Spector
Rising Stars, the dedicated restaurant platform of global private equity firm TriSpan LLP, together with private equity firm Hargett Hunter, acquired a majority stake in California-based STACKED restaurant.
By Ingrid He
After a prior dismissal of the New York State Department of Financial Services' lawsuit against the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ...
By Frank Scibilia
On September 18, 2018, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Music Modernization Act, an important piece of legislation aimed at updating music copyright laws for the digital era.
By Bryan Mohler
When potential buyers seek financing to acquire a multifamily rental building in an urban area, the obvious first question is the value of the underlying asset. Prospective borrowers and lenders...
By Matthew Barkan
FinCEN Head Suggests All ICOs Are Money Transmissions Subject To Regulation
By Jeffrey Alberts
On September 10, 2018, the New York Department of Financial Services granted approvals to Paxos and Gemini to offer price-stable cryptocurrencies, or "stablecoins," signifying that regulators are open...
By Joshua Zuckerberg, LaKeisha Caton
As we reported in our May 16th legal update, New York City (NYC) and New York State (NYS) have each passed comprehensive laws targeting sexual harassment ...
By Jeffrey Alberts
In July 2018, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced it would begin accepting national bank charter applications from nondepository FinTech companies
By Jeffrey Alberts
On September 11, 2018, a Brooklyn federal court ruled that the government's case against Maksim Zaslavskiy
By Jeffrey Alberts
In this vlog, Jeffrey Alberts, co-head of Pryor Cashman's FinTech Group, explains how securities laws apply to initial coin offerings and the significance of the court's decision.
By Christopher Loeber
Hurricane Florence's rapid track toward Virginia and the Carolinas is marking a somber anniversary, with September 2017 capping the costliest hurricane season ever recorded.
By Eric D. Sherman, Bryan Mohler, Marion R. Harris
While there is potential recourse, it is mission critical that potential buyers conduct due diligence in the right way.
By Bryan Mohler, Eric D. Sherman
Since the value of a multifamily rental property derives primarily from the income it generates, potential buyers must have an accurate understanding of the rents ...
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