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By Stephen Middlebrook
So far, technology and innovation have outpaced regulation in the bitcoin world. Various state approaches differ greatly, and have created uncertainty. But an ongoing effort by the ULC attempts to bring legal clarity to cryptocurrency.
By Beth Jones, Elizabeth Riley, Rebecca C. Fleishman
In the wake of the deadly Charlottesville protests, institutions of higher education are under heightened pressure to prepare their campuses for disruption and unrest.
By Womble Carlyle Team
A new version of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, was released on July 17, 2017. By September 8, 2017, employers are to start using the revised form.
By Laurel Blair
The London interbank offered rate (Libor) was once called "the world's most important number" by the British Bankers' Association (BBA).
By Neil Long (Bond Dickinson)
The UK has recently seen growth in the number of advisors in banks and law firms providing philanthropic advice due to client demand, yet donors do not rate this advice highly ...
By Anna S. Mills
With a wave of baby boomer business owners thinking about retirement, selling a business can allow founders to keep the company running while converting their ownership into funds for their future.
By David Hamilton
Although portions of the Department of Labor's Fiduciary Rule went into effect on June 9, it remains under constant attack on multiple fronts – from legislators, industry leaders, and even the Department of Labor itself.
By David Hamilton
In our first two newsletters, we offered thoughts and predictions on the Trump Legislative Agenda. Here are a few updates:
By John F. Garziglia
In the FCC's most recent translator application window, more than 1,000 Class C and D AM stations applied.
By Gregg Skall
While the FCC has taken some steps toward AM radio revitalization, including the current FM translator window, Womble Carlyle Telecom attorney Gregg Skall said bolder steps are needed to help the AM industry.
By Jill Girardeau
Healthcare attorney Jill Girardeau recently gave IT professionals an in-depth look at navigating the increasingly complicated waters of HIPAA compliance.
By David Hamilton, G. Lee
The United Kingdom's split from the European Union could leave the nation and United States without a trade agreement to manage the aviation industry
By Stephen Shaw, Laura Kees
The Supreme Court's decision in Varsity Brands Inc. et al. v. Star Athletica LLC stands to impact how brands in all sorts of industries can protect design-based copyrights. But exactly how remains to be seen.
By Julia Kreyskop
Colliers team members followed up with highly-complimentary words of praise for Kreyskop's presentation.
By Christopher M. Hall
USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) rejection of a patent claim, alleging the claim is not significantly more than an abstract idea under 35 USC §101, is a frequent and often frustrating occurrence during patent examination of claims in any technology that involves computers, controllers or processors.
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