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For your convenience, here's a quick recap of top-read posts published last month on JD Supra. Good work, smart folks:

  1. Coal Plant Shutdowns: Operators Have Cyber Protection Obligations Even After Closing - by J. Wylie Donald at McCarter & English
  2. Zika Virus and the Workplace: What Employers Should Know - by Laura Fant and Katharine Parker at Proskauer
  3. What is Telemedicine? A Cool Benefit or a Hot Mess? - by Nancy Campbell at Snell & Wilmer
  4. California Ballot 2016: Pros and Cons of Props 51-56 - by Stephen Holzer at Lewitt Hackman
  5. Social Media Policy Checklist - by Orla O'Hannaidh at Womble Carlyle
  6. Match Made in Heaven: Compliance and Human Resources - by Michael Volkov
  7. Advanced Copyright Issues on the Internet - by David Hayes at Fenwick & West
  8. The Secret of Your Business Success? Relationships, Relationships, and Relationships - by Lance Godard for JD Supra Perspectives
  9. Wells Fargo Week, Part III: The Bank Knew All Along - by Thomas Fox
  10. Is your cybersecurity upgrade FDA reportable? - by Rebecca Jones McKnight and Gail Javitt at DLA Piper
  11. European Banking Authority Opines on Virtual Currencies and the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive - by attorneys at Shearman & Sterling
  12. Virtual Currencies: Court Rules that Selling Bitcoin Is Not Money Transmitting and Selling Bitcoin to Criminals Is Not a Crime - by Benjamin NaftalisPia Naib, and Serrin Turner at Latham & Watkins
  13. California Senate converts proposed BitLicence into digital currency enrollment program - by Chris Finney at Cooley
  14. Twitter Sued For Right of Publicity Violations Over Profile-Trading Game - by Jason Gordon at Reed Smith
  15. Federal Circuit Provides Guidance on Use of Common Sense in Obviousness Analysis - by Sarah Dukmen at BakerHostetler
  16. China Ministry of Human Resources Issues Three New Regulations to Strengthen Enforcement of Labor Laws in 2017 - by attorneys at DLA Piper
  17. #Fired: Post a Tweet, Lose Your Job - by Katherine Siuta O'Shea at FordHarrison
  18. Virtual Currency May Not Be Money but Dismissal Is Real - by Carol Van Cleef at Manatt
  19. NFA Proposal Would Require CFTC-Registered Asset Managers to Report on Financial Condition - by Sarah RiddellJoshua Sterling, and Michael M. Philipp at Morgan Lewis
  20. SEC Files Action Against Company and its General Counsel for Loss Contingency Accrual and Disclosure Failures – What to Know - by Emily NewtonCarrie RatliffMichael Smith, and Jeffrey Stein at King & Spalding
  21. Legal Brexit: Energy - Oil & Gas - by John LaMaster and Marc Hammerson at Akin Gump
  22. The Delta Report – Derivatives Newsletter: September 2016 - by attorneys at White & Case
  23. The Impact of 3D Printing on Intellectual Property Rights - by Sydney Kokjohn at MBHB
  24. What a pain in the glass: The Supreme Court of Canada impacts construction and insurance industries - by David Sommerfeldt and Dennis Picco at Dentons
  25. Intellectual Property and the Venture-Funded Startup - by Michael Anderson and Alexander Georges at MBHB


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