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Spring has sprung and with it a new collection of popular reads on JD Supra. For your convenience, here's a quick recap of some of the most well-read posts published on our platform during last month:

  1. Financial Regulatory Observer - February 2018: The year of blockchain: Global legal framework begins to take form - by Ajita ShuklaMatthew BornfreundKevin Petrasic, and Adam Chernichaw at White & Case
  2. Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - February 2018 - by attorneys at Skadden
  3. SEC, FINRA Target ICOs, Cybersecurity, Secondary Market Trading in 2018 Examination Priorities - by Kevin Scanlan and Ronald Feiman at Kramer Levin
  4. Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals Remands County Ordinance Restricting Marijuana Production - by Cozette Tran-Caffee at Lane Powell Cannabis Law Advisor
  5. Global Regulators to Maintain AML Pressure on the Cryptocurrency Industry - by Marjorie Peerce and Brad Gershel at Ballard Spahr
  6. ICOs - The necessity of a European regulatory framework for tokens - by Valeria Hoffmann and Robert Michels at Dentons
  7. Blockchain Energizer – Volume 23 - by Benjamin TejblumBuck Endemann, and Daniel Cohen at K&L Gates
  8. Looking Out For Main Street: SEC Focuses On Retail, Cybersecurity And Cryptocurrency - by Elizabeth AndersonKen Herzinger, and Robert Stern at Orrick
  9. CFTC Releases Chairman Statement and Backgrounder on Virtual Currencies - by Divya Taneja and Michael Mavrides at Proskauer
  10. New York Department of Financial Services Guidance Complicates a Crowded Virtual Currency Regulatory Landscape - by Lilya TesslerAlexandra ScheibeDavid TaubLee SchneiderAndrew Kim, and Joseph Evans at McDermott Will & Emery
  11. FinCEN States Sellers of Tokens Are MSBs; FinCEN Registration May Be Required for ICOs - by Kimberly Monty HolzelMitzi ChangMichael Whalen, and Grant Fondo at Goodwin
  12. Cryptocurrency Class Action Lawsuits: A New Frontier - by Richard LevinMichael Foster, and Mark Olthoff at Polsinelli
  13. Cryptocurrencies and the fight against money laundering - by Sam Chadwick at Thomson Reuters Financial & Risk
  14. Court Rules that Coinbase Accounts Must Be Reported to the IRS - by Elizabeth Prehn at Moskowitz LLP
  15. 5 Ways to Fight a Subpoena From the U.S. Government - by attorneys at Kobre & Kim
  16. Full Metal Cryptojacket - by James Trusty at Ifrah PLLC
  17. Multi-Billion Dollar Japanese Tech Conglomerate to Process Salaries in Bitcoin - by Brett Schwab at Proskauer
  18. New York Court Enforces Construction Management Exclusion - by Brian Margolies at Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry LLP
  19. Massachusetts Employers Receive Guidance On Equal Pay Law - The Long-Anticipated Document Raises As Many Questions As It Answers - by Monica SnyderCheryl Pinarchick, and Joseph Ambash at Fisher Phillips
  20. Wisconsin School and Municipal Employee Unions Must Petition for Election by September 15 to Avoid Decertification - by Sarah Platt at Ogletree Deakins
  21. Wyoming Enacts Trailblazing Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Legislation - by Robert Cornish Jr. at Wilson Elser
  22. IRS Increases Focus on Criminal Prosecution of Cryptocurrency Tax Evasion: What You Need to Know before Tax Day - by Michelle Ann GitlitzMorgan BarryRichard Chou, and Carlos Ortiz at Blank Rome
  23. Maine Department Of Labor Provides No Guidance Concerning The Impact Of The State’s Recreational Marijuana Law On Workplace Drug Testing - by Kathryn Russo and Matthew Nieman at Jackson Lewis
  24. Massachusetts Achieves Milestone with over 2,000 Megawatts of Installed Solar Capacity - by Thomas Burton III at Mintz Levin
  25. The Next Generation Of Vaping Is Here - by Suzanne Bogdan at Fisher Phillips

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