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MtGox Co., Ltd., once the world’s largest Bitcoin exchange company, is insolvent, bankrupt, and now history. This history offers lessons to cryptocurrency startups.
Every year, otherwise successful technology companies lose untold sums of money and valuable intellectual property rights because they do not act when a customer or business partner files for bankruptcy protection. Far less...more
NYDFS Releases Revised BitLicense Proposal -
On February 4, 2015, the New York State Department of Financial Services ("NYDFS") released a revised version of its proposed virtual currency regulations (commonly referred...more
Following a consultation on the issues last year, an Order was laid before the UK Parliament on Monday (9 February 2015) to prevent suppliers of water, gas, electricity, communications services and IT from cutting off supply...more
In This Issue:
- Cloud Computing: Legal Issues on the Horizon
Noted With Interest:
- Stays Pending Covered Business Method Patent Review: VirtualAgility v....more
The UK Government has released a long awaited consultation document proposing new controls on IT suppliers’ dealings with customers facing insolvency.
To a degree this brings the termination provisions of the UK’s...more
In this post-trial decision in a proceeding pursuant to 8 Del. C. § 225, the Court of Chancery invalidated stockholder action by written consent on the ground that the proxy solicitation materials failed to disclose an...more
On June 17, 2014, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Dallas granted recognition under chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code of the bankruptcy proceeding in Japan of failed bitcoin exchange, Mt Gox. Mt. Gox shut down after claiming to...more
In This Issue -
..Kathleen Sullivan Featured in December 2013 The American Lawyer Cover Story
..Quinn Emanuel Named to BTI’s 2014 “Client Service A-Team” Honor Roll
A judgment recently handed down from the High Court clarifies the obligations of liquidators under the Data Protection Act 1998, providing them with greater personal protection from fines or other sanctions.
Intellectual property rights are critical to various economic sectors. Many companies depend on licensed technology to operate and survive. The licensor-licensee relationship may deteriorate, especially if the licensor starts...more
Patent Trial Lawyer Gillian Thackray Joins San Francisco Office
Quinn Emanuel IP Partner Victoria Maroulis Named One of the Top 45 Women Lawyers Under 45 by The American Lawyer
Quinn Emanuel Selected as...more
There are many issues that arise in connection with drafting, negotiating, and enforcing license terms and conditions respecting bankruptcy and related source code escrow provisions. This article focuses on §365(n) of the US...more
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