Popular Reads on JD Supra

by JD Supra Perspectives

The turkey gravy is barely congealed and yet, here we are: December! As you peruse this list of some of the most well-read posts published on JD Supra during last month, note the diversity of firms represented here. And while all things blockchain, fintech, ICO, bitcoin et al continue to draw great interest, they're not the only matters capturing the attention of JD Supra readers. The lesson? There are many - but one is simply this: it's what you know and how you communicate it that makes the difference to professional services visibility in the Age of Information. 

  1. Blockchain Technology Could be Key to Smarter Energy Grid - by Thomas Burton III at Mintz Levin
  2. Your Daily Dose of Financial News - by Michael Reif at Robins Kaplan
  3. State Regulations On Virtual Currency And Blockchain Technologies - by Matthew Kohen and Justin Wales at Carlton Fields
  4. Transnational Criminal Organizations Increasingly Using Bitcoin As Money Laundering Vehicle - by Matthew D. Lee at Fox Rothschild
  5. Abu Dhabi Financial Services Regulatory Authority Issues Guidance on Initial Coin Offerings - by Kari LarsenKayaan UnwallaMichael Selig, and Herbert Kozlov at Reed Smith
  6. Current Issues for Higher Education Real Estate Lawyers - by Paul Bauer and Mary Feeney at Bowditch & Dewey
  7. SEC Warns Celebrities on Endorsing Initial Coin Offerings - by Stephen M. Quinlivan at Stinson Leonard
  8. Denver Green Roof Initiative Passed by Denver Voters - by Caitlin Quander and Carolynne White at Brownstein Hyatt Farber and Schreck
  9. Initial Coin Offerings: Key Considerations You Absolutely, Positively Need to Know About Before Launching an ICO - by Mary Burke Baker, Edward Dartley, Amanda KatlowitzAnthony R.G. Nolan, and John ReVeal at K&L Gates
  10. CFTC Issues Primer on Virtual Currency, Virtual Tokens and ICOs - by James Gatto at Sheppard Mullin
  11. Claims Stemming from Government Regulated Flooding After Hurricane Harvey - by attorneys at Zelle LLP
  12. Is a Utility Token ICO a Sale of Securities? - by Alon Kapen at Farrell Fritz
  13. FRANCHISOR 101: Arbitr-“all” - by attorneys at Lewitt Hackman
  14. 5 Ways To Make Your Law Firm's Practice Descriptions Stand Out - by Lance Godard for JD Supra Perspectives
  15. Houston Astros Minute Maid Park: Home of the World Series Champions (and a Former Brownfield) - by Walter Wright at Mitchell Williams
  16. Facebook Wants You to Send Them Your Naked Pictures to Prevent Revenge Porn. I’m Not Kidding: Data Privacy Trends - by Doug Austin at CloudNine
  17. NC Oyster and Marine Aquaculture Makes a Splash - by Amy Wang and Allen Trask, III at Ward and Smith
  18. One Reason Your Property Taxes Skyrocketed - New Bond Measures [Oregon]  - by Michael Mangan at Tonkon Torp
  19. WSGR Fintech Update - November 2017 - by Susan Gault-Brown and John Sullivan at Wilson Sonsini
  20. LB&I Expands New Approach with Second Release of Campaigns - by Susan SeabrookCarol TelloH. Karl Zeswitz, Jr.Eric SantosThomas Cullinan, and Robert Chase II at Eversheds Sutherland
  21. Part 2: Will Seattle See a New Arena? - by Cecilia Jeong and Marti McCaleb at Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
  22. Massachusetts Creates Yet Another Category of Employee Leave for 2018 - by David Henderson at Nutter
  23. Spotlight On Initial Coin Offerings - by Edward Whittemore at Murtha Cullina
  24. [Podcast] Using Productization and BD Coaching to Advance the Firm - Market Leaders Podcast with Linda Fleming, Garvey Schubert Barer - by David Ackert for JD Supra Perspectives
  25. When Being a Good Neighbor Can Expose You to Liability - by Joseph Mella and Benjamin Streckert at Ruder Ware


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