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For your reference, here is a recap of some of the most well-read posts published recently on JD Supra. A diverse mix of good work by smart folks:

  1. Non-Reportable ≠ Non-Reviewable: Antitrust Insights for Smaller US Mergers - by Blair Kuykendall and Mike Cowie at Dechert
  2. The Blockchain revolution: An analysis of regulation and technology related to Distributed Ledger Technologies - by Nicolette Kost de Sevres at DLA Piper
  3. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality - Legal Issues - by Ingrid Silver and Robyn Chatwood at Dentons
  4. 2016 Year in Review: Money Laundering (Part One) - by Juliana GerrickBrad Gershel, and Peter Hardy at Ballard Spahr
  5. Human Rights and Global Supply Chains - by Tim Wright at Pillsbury
  6. Data Privacy and Security: A Practical Guide for In-House Counsel, 2017 Edition - by David Zetoony at Bryan Cave
  7. Immigrant Visa Processing Changes – EB1 India will retrogress; EB2 China will advance, but EB2 India will not change; EB3 Worldwide will advance... - by attorneys at Fox Rothschild 
  8. House Republicans and Trump Administration File Joint Motion to Delay Suit Challenging Obamacare Subsidies - by John Fisher II at Ruder Ware
  9. Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - January 2017 - by attorneys at Skadden
  10. Q&A with Joshua Gans, author of “The Disruption Dilemma” - by attorneys at Hogan Lovells
  11. 2017 Intellectual Property Law Year In Review - by Sarah Chapin Columbia at McDermott Will & Emery
  12. Data Privacy in a Time of Reaction: "Big Data" versus "The People" - by Steven Chabinsky and Robert Blamires at White & Case
  13. Cybersecurity 2017: The Year in Preview - by attorneys at Foley Hoag 
  14. Concepts That Retirement Plan Advisors Shouldn’t Focus On - by Ary Rosenbaum
  15. [Podcast] LMA Body of Knowledge Ep. 1: A Blueprint for Professional Development in Legal Marketing & Business Development - by Holly Amatangelo, Ian Turvill, and Tricia Lilley for the Legal Marketing Association
  16. Tokyo Dispute Resolution & Crisis Management Newsletter – January 2017 - by Rupert Lewi at King & Spalding
  17. Digital Currencies: International Actions and Regulations - by J. Dax Hansen at Perkins Coie
  18. Michigan’s new exemption for manufacturing personal property... - by Robert Rhoades at Dickinson Wright
  19. Capital Markets Disruptor: Real Estate Crowdfunding in the United States - by Mark Schonberger and Daniel Koehler at Goodwin
  20. What Might Be Ahead for Environmental Regulation in the Trump Administration? - by Ronald Farley at Burr & Forman

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