Trends & Insights: Popular Reads on JD Supra


Providing insights on everything from blockchain to H1B visas, environmental regulations to local real estate considerations, here is a quick look at some of the most well-read updates published on JD Supra during April, 2019:

  1. Court Overturns Trump Administration Efforts to Revoke Withdrawal Status for Outer Continental Shelf Lands - by Rachel Jacobson and Sarah Judkins at WilmerHale
  2. Buying and Selling Real Estate in Massachusetts - by Amy Fracassini at International Lawyers Network
  3. H1B Cap Season — USCIS Now Accepting Petitions - by Montserrat Miller at Arnall Golden Gregory
  4. Blockchain Announcements Across Industries, Cryptocurrency Exchanges Receive Approvals, More Regulatory Actions, More Hacks and Crypto Malware Attacks - by Alexandra Royal, Jordan R. Silversmith, Joanna Wasick, and Brian Bartish at BakerHostetler
  5. Registration Requirements - UK Real Estate/Non-UK Investors - by Victoria Wolf and Richard Harbot at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
  6. SEC Releases Cryptocurrency and Digital Asset Guidance - by attorneys at Kilpatrick Townsend
  7. U.S. House Continues to Explore Blockchain Regulation - by Jordan Matthew Shelton at Proskauer
  8. The Distributed Ledger: Blockchain, Digital Assets and Smart Contracts - April 2019 - by attorneys at Skadden
  9. Three Yards and a Cloud of Dust: SEC Staff Provides Its “Plain English” Framework to Guide Future Discussions - by Jorge PesokDaniel Nathan, and Edward Eisert at Orrick
  10. SEC Releases Long-Awaited ‘Plain English’ Guidance for Digital Assets and Investment Contract Analysis - by attorneys at Cooley
  11. Proposed National Park Service Rules May Lessen Historic Register Nominations - by John McKinney Jr at Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi
  12. Currents - Energy Industry Insights - March 2019 - by Nicholas Preservati and William Herlihy at Spilman Thomas & Battle
  13. Blockchain Tokens: The SEC Staff Issues Its Framework for Determining Whether an ICO is an Issuance of Securities - by attorneys at McDermott Will & Emery
  14. Tax Time and Virtual Currency - by Stanley Foodman at Foodman CPAs & Advisors
  15. Three Pharmaceutical Companies Pay a Total of $122 Million to Settle Kickback Allegations Involving Co-Pay Assistance Foundations - by Michael Volkov
  16. Cryptocurrency Firms Struggle to Engage Auditors - by Jim Bulling and Andrew Fay at K&L Gates
  17. Congress Seeks to Add Formal Definitions to "Blockchain" and "Digital Token" - by Thomas Griffin at Burr & Forman
  18. Retail and Consumer Products Law Roundup - April 2019 - by attorneys at Manatt
  19. La. Appraisers Board Can’t Challenge FTC Case Yet: 5th Circ. - by David Snyder at Fox Rothschild
  20. FinTech in Review - by Paul Ford at Perkins Coie
  21. Blockchain in Energy: Stakeholders, Solutions and the Path to Standardization - by Mark Higgins at Mintz
  22. Wastewater Enforcement: Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality and City of Magazine, Arkansas, Enter into Consent Administrative Order - by Walter Wright at Mitchell Williams
  23. Kentucky Adopts First Legislation Creating an InsurTech Innovation “Sandbox.” - by Courtney YorkShawn Hanson, and 
    Nicholas Gregory at Akin Gump
  24. Sustainable Development Update - April 2019 - by Renée Louise RobinPatrick PerryWilliam Devine, and Jeffrey Chine at Allen Matkins
  25. Proactive Steps Every 401(k) Plan Sponsor Should Take - by Ary Rosenbaum


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