Popular Reads on JD Supra

by JD Supra Perspectives

All things bitcoin, blockchain, virtual currency and ICOs dominate the first half of our latest list of well-read posts published on JD Supra during the past month. But, it doesn't end there: add to the mix HIPAA, China's new cybersecurity law, H-1B visas, compliance, the Equifax data breach, among others and you have a window into some of the top trends on the site during September. Good works, smart folks:

  1. Bitcoin and Blockchain: Certain U.S. Regulatory Considerations for Investment Managers - by Gavin FeareyCourtney Mitchell, and Andrew Rosell at Winstead PC
  2. Every Day is Bitcoin Pizza Day: What Clients and Estate Planners Need to Know about Virtual Currency - by Suzanne Brown Walsh at Murtha Cullina
  3. SEC Securities Trading Suspension for Three Blockchain-Related Companies - by Aron IzowerHerbert Kozlov, Kari Larsen, and Michael Selig at Reed Smith
  4. Tennessee Health Services and Facilities Report: September 2017 - by J. Matthew Kroplin and Jerry Taylor at Burr & Forman
  5. SEC’s Phone Call to Protostarr Shuts Down its ICO - by Grant FondoStephen Fox, and Timothy Kistner at Goodwin
  6. WSGR Fintech Update - September 2017 - by Susan Gault-Brown and John Sullivan at Wilson Sonsini
  7. Blockchain Week in Review – September 2017 #7 - by attorneys at Perkins Coie
  8. SEC Investigation Warns Digital Assets May Be Subject to Securities Laws - by Kevin Scanlan at Kramer Levin
  9. ICOs Facing An Uncertain Future - by Steven Eichorn and Jeff Ifrah at Ifrah PLLC
  10. Bill Introduced In Congress To Exempt Small Bitcoin Transactions From Income Tax - by Matthew D. Lee at Fox Rothschild
  11. Outsiders and Insiders Are Behind the Fintech Revolution - by attorneys at Freeborn & Peters LLP
  12. How to Write Client Alerts That Stand Out - by Laurie Cunningham at Baker McKenzie for JD Supra Perspectives
  13. Dorsey Anti-Corruption Digest - September 2017 - by Kimberly FrumkinJoanne YanChad RichardsJoseph Lewin, and Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney
  14. Electronic Health Records And HIPAA Security: A Design Problem Fixable With Blockchain Technology? - by Elizabeth Litten at Fox Rothschild
  15. Farewell to a Repo Man and Using Laconic Persuasion as a CCO - by Thomas Fox
  16. High Security: How to Minimize Marijuana Data Risks - by Rachel Hutchinson at Foley Hoag Privacy & Data Security
  17. USCIS to Resume H-1B Premium Processing by October 3, 2017 - by Dustin O'Quinn at Lane Powell
  18. [Podcast] Applying Process Improvement to Law Firm BD: Market Leaders Podcast with Brenda Plowman, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin - by David Ackert for JD Supra Perspectives
  19. Judge OK’s $8.75 Million Postmates Settlement - by Cynthia Doll at Fisher Phillips
  20. Data Security Law: Managing The Legal Risks Of Cloud And Collaboration Tools - by Alex Pearce at Ellis & Winters
  21. Cyberattacks Are the New Norm - How to respond and get insurance recovery for government investigations - by Brian FinchCarolina Fornos, and Joseph Jean at Pillsbury
  22. Implementing China’s Cybersecurity Law - by attorneys at Jones Day
  23. Tax-Free Cryptocurrency Transactions Could Come with Reporting Obligations - by Mary Burke BakerRobert CreaElizabeth CrouseRachel Trickett, and Claire White at K&L Gates
  24. Privacy Tip #103 – Smartphone Replacement Parts Subject to Hacking - by Linn Freedman at Robinson+Cole
  25. Equifax Breach Exposes Risks In Using Open Source Software - by Jeffrey K. Techentin at Adler Pollock & Sheehan


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