Popular on JD Supra (Or What Brexit, Blockchain, and Estate Planning for Your Pets Have in Common)

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For your interest, here's a quick recap of popular reads published on JD Supra last month. Good work, smart folks:

  1. Perspective: The Accenture Blockchain Patent - by Dror Futter for JD Supra Persepctives
  2. New York's New Cybersecurity Rules: What Is Required? - by Robert BlamiresAdam ChernichawErnie T. Patrikis, and Charles Talbot at White & Case
  3. Bitcoin: Cybersecurity Regulations on the Horizon? - by Jennifer Newton at JD Supra Perspectives
  4. Prepare for the Hack: Five Things to Keep in Mind when Shopping for Cybersecurity Insurance - by D. Eric Setterlund and Samuel Lanier Felker at Baker Donelson
  5. Brexit: Future Proofing Your European Business - by Deirdre MurphyMing Henderson, and Tessa Cranfield at Seyfarth Shaw
  6. What is Blockchain? Why Does It Matter? Observations As North Carolina’s Virtual Currency Legislation Goes Into Effect - by Michael Slipsky and Saad Gul at Poyner Spruill
  7. Ninth Circuit Holds that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Are Not Agents of the Government Under the False Claims Act - by John BuekerSarah Kimmer, and Kirsten Mayer at Ropes & Gray
  8. Cook County, Illinois Becomes First in the Midwest to Mandate Countywide Paid Sick Leave - by Larry Robertson at Littler
  9. Investment Funds Update - Europe: Legal and regulatory updates for the funds industry from the key asset management centres and primary European fund domiciles - by Johan Terblanche at Dechert
  10. Match Made in Heaven: Compliance and Human Resources - by Michael Volkov
  11. Privacy and Data Breach Concerns in Cloud Computing Developments in the EU - by Alan Meneghetti and Philippa Townley at Locke Lord
  12. Estate Planning Pitfall - You haven’t addressed pets in your estate plan - by David RiedelJoseph Marion, III, and E. Hans Lundsten at Adler Pollock & Sheehan
  13. EPA Issues “National Port Strategy Assessment: Reducing Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gases at U.S. Ports” - by David Friedland and Daniel Schulson at Beveridge & Diamond
  14. Blockchain and Public Securities: Shedding Light on 'Going Dark' - by Scott JonesPhilip Hoffman, and Joseph Guagliardo at Pepper Hamilton
  15. A System of Voluntary Self-Identification in the World of Virtual Currencies - by Robert Courtneidge and Charlie Clarence-Smith at Locke Lord
  16. Defending parallel proceedings: key considerations and best practices - by James ReardonDeborah Meshulam, and Julie Gryce at DLA Piper
  17. A Framework for Discovery Automation: eDiscovery Trends - by Doug Austin at CloudNine
  18. New Title II and Title III ADA Regulations Take Effect October 11, 2016 - by Peter Maher and Benjamin FrazziniKendrick at Shipman & Goodwin
  19. Corporate Social Responsibility and Compliance: Adopting a Principles-Based Approach to Performance - by Sarah A. Altschuller at Foley Hoag
  20. FTC and DOJ Issue Antitrust Guidance for Human Resource Professionals - by Bruce D. SoklerFarrah Short, and Michael S. Arnold at Mintz Levin
  21. HHS-OCR Announces Guidance On HIPAA Compliance And Cloud Computing - by Ehren Halse at King & Spalding
  22. The New Supreme Court Term: Cases for the Automotive Industry to Watch - by Jason Britt at Foley & Lardner
  23. Misjoinder and Forum Shopping by the Government - by Eric Alexander at Reed Smith
  24. The Laurita Rules for 401(k) Plan Providers - by Ary Rosenbaum
  25. Inventions Out Of This World: Patent Protection In Outer Space - by Frank Amini at Winstead


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