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For your interest, here's a look at some of the most popular reads published on JD Supra during last month. Spoiler alert: everyone is trying to make sense of Initial Coin Offerings. But the interest doesn't end there. See below for more. Good work, smart folks:

  1. New Internal Revenue Code Section 199A: The 20% Deduction for “Pass-Thru” Businesses - by Erik Doerring at McNair Law Firm
  2. Legal Issues to Watch in 2018 - by Jeffrey Elkin at Porter Hedges
  3. WSGR Fintech Update - January 2018 - by Susan Gault-BrownJohn Sullivan, and Aaron Friedman at Wilson Sonsini
  4. Bitcoin, Blockchain and Consumer Protection Laws - by Da'Morus CohenMichael Court, and Anthony DiResta at Holland & Knight
  5. Bitcoins and the IRS: Reporting and Storing - by Stanley Foodman at Foodman CPAs & Advisors
  6. Oh, the Places Copyright and Trademark Law Go! - by Jesse Brody at Manatt
  7. Tax Reform: What Does the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Mean for the Real Estate and Construction Industry? - by attorneys at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt PC
  8. A New Maryland Ruling on Development Rights and Responsibility Agreements- Score Another Round for the Developer - by Anne-Herbert Rollins at Miles & Stockbridge
  9. The SEC and Plaintiffs’ Class Action Attorneys Are Targeting Initial Coin Offerings - by Michael Dicke at Fenwick & West
  10. The IRS Succeeds in Compelling Crypto Exchange to Disclose User Information - by Laura Jehl and Stephanie Malaska at BakerHostetler
  11. Year in Review: Top Cryptocurrency Stories of 2017 - by Joshua Rittenberg and Kevin Scanlan at Kramer Levin
  12. Fourth Circuit Approves Partial Dirt for Debt Plan - by Richard Prosser at Poyner Spruill
  13. Coinbase Urges Bitcoin Users To Pay Their Taxes - by Matthew D. Lee at Fox Rothschild 
  14. SEC Cyber Unit Increases Efforts to Regulate Crypto-Currency - by Alexander Suarez at Nossaman
  15. Privacy vs. Security: Will SCOTUS Leave the (Third) Party in 2018? - by Kelly Landers Hawthorne at Proskauer - Minding Your Business
  16. The SEC’s Shutdown of the Munchee ICO - by Daniel Budofsky and Robert Robbins at Pillsbury
  17. SEC Brings Enforcement Actions Against Promoters of Initial Coin Offerings - by William Ross at Hirschfeld Kraemer
  18. Conference of State Bank Supervisors Urges Federal Regulators to Simplify Regulatory Capital Rules - by Benjamin Streckert at Ruder Ware
  19. CFTC Issues Proposed Interpretation on Retail Virtual Currency Transactions - by Kari Larsen and Michael Selig at Reed Smith
  20. Initial Coin Offerings and Cryptocurrencies Will be a Priority for FINRA in 2018 - by Linn Freedman at Robinson+Cole
  21. Uniform Act to Regulate Virtual Currency Businesses Ready for State Adoption - by Peter HardyAlan S. KaplinskyFred MillerMarjorie Peerce, and Stacey Valerio at Ballard Spahr
  22. Financial Derivatives Intermediaries Who Trade Virtual Currencies Face the NFA’s Enhanced Reporting Requirements - by Jason SomensattoJorge Pesok, and Daniel Nathan at Orrick
  23. Flood or Fire: The Montecito Claims - by Meka Moore and Jennifer Revitz at Selman Breitman
  24. When Does a Contractor Legally Abandon a Construction Project? - by Richard Erickson at Snell & Wilmer
  25. Blockchain, Virtual Currencies and the Regulators - by  Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney

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