Popular Reads on JD Supra


From paid sick leave in Westchester County to music festivals powered by blockchain, from securing employee data to crypto coverage in your homeowner's policy, from legal marketing trends to crypto and the IRS ... here's a quick look at some of the most well-read posts to be published on JD Supra during November, 2018.

Good work, smart folks:

  1. If Pain, Yes Gain—Part 57: Paid Sick Leave Bug Spreads To Westchester County, NY - by Tracy BillowsMarlin DuroWilliam Perkins, and Joshua Seidman at Seyfarth Shaw
  2. Ohio Court Holds Stolen Cryptocurrency Constitutes Covered Property Under Homeowner’s Policy - by Ryan Vanderford at Pillsbury
  3. Congress and Cryptocurrency: The Elephant in the Room - by Ana BulingJennifer DePalmaJ. C. Boggs, and Matthew Hanson at King & Spalding
  4. Blockchain Week in Review - October 2018 #3 - by Samuel Boro at Perkins Coie
  5. Our Music Festival- Empowering a Decentralized Fanbase with Blockchain - by Alexandra Bear at Sheppard Mullin
  6. Virtual Currencies Are Commodities: Federal Court - by Kevin Scanlan at Kramer Levin
  7. Blockchain Energizer – Volume 37 - by Benjamin TejblumBuck Endemann, and Daniel Cohen at K&L Gates
  8. A look at the regulators that could and should regulate cryptocurrencies in the United States - by Evan Koster at Hogan Lovells
  9. Global Blockchain Developments: Zero-Knowledge Proofs on Ethereum, New Foreign Regulatory Frameworks, Continued Enforcement Actions - by Jaime PetenkoSimone Otenaike, and Taylor Thompson at BakerHostetler
  10. Key Regulatory Developments in Germany - October 2018 - by attorneys at Dentons
  11. The Distributed Ledger: Blockchain, Digital Assets and Smart Contracts - November 2018 - by Alex JuppNathan GiesselmanEytan FischGregory FernicolaRyan Dzierniejko, and Alexander Drylewski at Skadden
  12. Is Virtual Currency worth the Risk? - by Stanley Foodman at Foodman CPAs & Advisors
  13. New York’s Westchester County Enacts Earned Sick Leave Law - by Susan Gross Sholinsky and Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper at Epstein Becker & Green
  14. Hong Kong’s SFC Issues Significant Announcements on the Regulation of Virtual Assets - by Simon Hawkins and Kenneth Y.F. Hui at Latham & Watkins
  15. Digital Tokens: Rethinking the Term “Cryptocurrency” - by Rachel GholstonDaniel I. DeWolf, and Marine Bouaziz at Mintz
  16. Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules that Employers can be Held Liable for Failing to Secure Employee Data - by Ivo Becica at Obermayer
  17. Federal Court Evaluates When Cryptocurrency May Constitute a Security in a Criminal Case - by Jamie Lacy at Winstead
  18. Bridging the Week - November 2018 #2 - by Gary DeWaal at Katten
  19. First SEC Enforcement Action Against Unregistered Digital Token Exchange - by Susan Gault-BrownF. Dario de MartinoDaniel Kahan, and Alfredo Silva at MoFo Tech
  20. FTC and NY Sue Debt Collectors for Deceptive Practices - by attorneys at Weiner Brodsky Kider PC
  21. United States Fully Re-imposes Iran Sanctions and Expands Designations - by attorneys at White & Case
  22. Department of Health & Human Services Upgrades Security Risk Assessment Tool - by Kim StangerRomaine Marshall, and Steven Lau at Holland & Hart
  23. Amgen, Sandoz, Samsung, and Mylan Launch Biosimilars in Europe (UPDATED) - by attorneys at Goodwin
  24. 4 Legal Marketing Trends From the 2018 LMA and Bloomberg Law Study - by Dan Dowling at Introhive
  25. IRS Not Contemplating Separate Voluntary Disclosure Program to Assist Taxpayers Who’ve Not Reported Cryptocurrency Income - by Mayling Blanco, Michelle Ann GitlitzCarlos OrtizJeffrey Rosenthal, and Jed Silversmith at Blank Rome


Next? Follow JD Supra's Popular Topics channel for a daily dose of most-read updates, delivered directly to you inbox...