Popular Reads on JD Supra

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The first in a series of posts on current marijuana law; an analysis of the future of crypto-currencies in the workplace; an eBook deep dive into the compliance issues raised during Trump's first 100 days; a report on the structures, challenges, and successes of corporate venture capital in 2017; a review of the Supreme Court's 2016-2017 session ... just the tip of the iceberg of popular reads published on JD Supra last month. Good work, smart folks:

  1. The Turn of the “Made in America” Claim Enforcement - by Daniel Herling at Mintz Levin
  2. Medical Marijuana 101: The State of the Law in NY - by Veronique Urban at Farrell Fritz
  3. Massachusetts’s Highest Court Rules that Employee Fired for Medical Marijuana Use Can Hold Employer Liable for Discrimination - by Kristi Nickodem and Mark Pomfret at K&L Gates
  4. MN PUC Establishes New Environmental Costs for Use in All Proceedings - by Andrew Moratzka at Stoel Rives
  5. Did You Miss It? Minimum Wage Increases Effective July 1st - by Kelly Scott at Ervin Choen & Jessup
  6. Massachusetts AG Obtains Preliminary Injunction Against Debt Collection Law Firm Over Illegal Practices - by James Coulter at Goodwin
  7. California Enacts New Regulatory Framework for Medical and Recreational Cannabis - by Kevin Brodehl at Wendel Rosen
  8. Free Advice For 401(k) Plan Sponsors - by Ary Rosenbaum
  9. [Video] Quick Tip - How to Earn More Readers With Every Title - by Adrian Lurssen for JD Supra Perspectives
  10. The Future of Work: When Will I Be Able to Pay Employees in Bitcoin? - by Ben Dudley at Seyfarth Shaw
  11. Trump and Compliance: The First 100 Days [eBook] - by Thomas Fox
  12. Corporate Venture Capital 2017 - Structures, Challenges, Success Factors - by attorneys at Orrick
  13. Financial Institutions M&A: Fintech - by Guy Potel at White & Case
  14. 2017 Oklahoma Tax and Fee Legislation - by Sheppard Miers, Jr. at GableGotwals
  15. A Review of the Supreme Court’s 2016-2017 Term - by Patrick DePoy at Franczek Radelet
  16. Coast Guard, DHS Mandate Cybersecurity Reporting, Move to Require Maritime Cybersecurity Programs... - by J. Michael Cavanaugh and Norma Krayem at Holland & Knight
  17. [Video] Quick Tip - How to Make Your Writing Indispensable to Clients - by Adrian Lurssen at JD Supra Perspectives
  18. Immigrant Visa Processing Changes – EB2/3 India Advances Minimally; EB2 China Will Advance, But EB3 China Will Retrogress; EB3 Worldwide Will Advance Minimally; Visa Office On Priority Dates, Demand, And Predictions - by Alka Bahal at Fox Rothschild
  19. [Podcast] Keith Wetmore, Chairman Emeritus of Morrison & Foerster, Speaks Firm Leadership with Hsu Untied - by Richard Hsu for Hsu Untied
  20. [Podcast] Running Your Law Firm Like a Business: Market Leaders Podcast with Kerry Price, Bass Berry & Sims - by David Ackert for JD Supra Perspectives
  21. Why Your Law Firm Needs a Marketing Technologist - by Jacqueline Madarang for JD Supra Perspectives
  22. [Video] Employment Law This Week: Sexual Orientation Discrimination, NLRB Nominees, Trump’s Travel Ban, Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Protections - by Epstein Becker & Green
  23. Nate Smithson Provides an Update on Tax Reform - by Nathan Smithson at Jackson Walker
  24. Fintech Forecast: Lawmakers and Regulators Poised to Revamp the Legal Landscape in 2017 - by Erin Jane Illman and Sean Wagner at Bradley
  25. HIPAA in the Age of Ransomware - by Margaret Bartiromo and Russell Anderson at Pullman & Comley


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