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By Susan Mac Cormac, Alfredo B.D. Silva, Jesse Finfrock
In April 2018, the Delaware State Bar Association's Corporate Law Section approved an amendment to the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act ...
By Julia Schwalm, Jakob Schellmann
German consumers will be able to sue manufacturers and service providers by way of representative action starting on 1 November 2018
By Lloyd Harmetz, Susan I. Gault-Brown
The above non-exclusive list does not include activities relating to companies that are engaged in the digital asset sector, such as participating in equity offerings of companies that are engaged in digital asset technology.
By Kristina Ehle, Jannis Werner
The European Union's legislators have reached an agreement on the revision of the EU's Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMSD).
By Kristina Ehle
On July 5, 2018, the European Parliament rejected the proposed amendments to the new Copyright Directive: Article 11, which attempts to protect press publications from impermissible digital use ...
By Charles Duross, James Koukios, Ian Bausback, Siena Sofia Magdalena Anstis, Vanshika Vij
The answers to these questions and more are here in our June 2018 Top Ten list.
By Lloyd Harmetz, Hillel Cohn
On July 2, 2018, the State of Massachusetts announced that it was investigating 10 broker-dealers that have 15% or more of their agents with current disciplinary incidents and that offer private placements...
By John Delaney, Christiane Stuetzle, Christoph Wagner, Patricia Ernst
On June 6, 2018, the Commercial Court of Vienna decided in favor of private broadcaster Puls4 and determined that YouTube qualified as directly liable for copyright infringing video uploads of its users.
By Damien C. Specht, Tina Reynolds, Locke Bell, Victoria Dalcourt
Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs): The term is familiar among government contractors, yet commonly misunderstood.
By James Schwartz
Computer scientist and legal scholar Nick Szabo first proposed the idea of "smart contracts" in 1996. Szabo published his initial paper on the topic in a publication called Extropy, a journal of transhumanism ...
By Sean Ruff, Adam Fleisher
The Banking Department of the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation recently entered into a consent order with a money transmission licensing applicant.
By Dario F. de Martino, Susan I. Gault-Brown, Daniel Kahan, Joshua Ashley Klayman, Spencer Klein, Alfredo B.D. Silva, Mark S. Wojciechowski
Many in the blockchain and cryptocurrency community were in a celebratory mood on June 14, 2018, following a landmark speech ...
By Julie O'Neill, Alexandra Eve Steinberg Laks
Most companies are familiar with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and its requirement to obtain parental consent before collecting personal information online ...
By Scott Lesmes, David Lynn, Marty Dunn, Susan I. Gault-Brown, Kelley Howes
On May 24, 2018, President Trump signed into law the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act
By Corinna J. Alanis, G. Brian Busey
On May 8, 2018, the ITC published in the Federal Register (83 F.R. 21140) long-awaited revisions to its Rules governing Section 337 investigations.
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