Popular Reads on JD Supra

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For your reference, here's a recap of some of the most popular posts published on JD Supra during February, 2018. Good work, smart folks:

  1. California Court “Swipes Left” And Reverses Tinder’s Age-Based Price Discrimination Win - by Julie YapGerald Maatman, Jr., and Alex Karasik at Seyfarth Shaw
  2. Maine Ups the Ante on Debt Collection Licensing - by Andrew Schneiderman at Hinshaw & Culbertson
  3. The ABCs of Investing in ICOs - by Johanna Collins-WoodTodd Kornfeld, and Irwin Latner at Pepper Hamilton
  4. US Commodity Futures Trading Commission Charges My Big Coin Pay, Inc. and Its Founders with Fraud and Misappropriation of Customer Funds in Virtual Currency Scheme - by attorneys at Shearman & Sterling
  5. Rise of Blockchain and ICOs Brings Regulatory Scrutiny - by Ryan Dzierniejko, Gregory Fernicola, Eytan Fisch, and Stuart D. Levi at Skadden
  6. This Week In Securities Litigation - by Thomas Gorman at Dorsey & Whitney
  7. Cybersecurity Uncertainty for Cryptocurrencies - by Ruth Promislow and Katherine Rusk at Bennett Jones
  8. A Parsing of the Newly-Minted Uniform Directed Trust Act - by Charles E. Rounds, Jr.
  9. CEQA News You Can Use - Vol. 3, Issue 1 - by Jessica DiazChristopher GuillenWendy NwosuHillary Steenberge, and Ryan Waterman at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
  10. 2018: Business As (Un)usual – European Financial & Regulatory Developments into 2018 - by Isabelle Lee, Clara Wong, Jeremy C. Jennings-Mares, Peter J. Green, and Thomas Drake at Morrison & Foerster
  11. CFTC Proposes Interpretation to Address Cryptocurrency Delivery Questions - by Deborah MonsonAnne FoxJeremy Liabo, and Will Schoenfeld at Ropes & Gray
  12. Open Session of the U.S. Senate’s Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Hears Joint Testimony from Heads of the SEC, CFTC - by Keith Miller and Conor O'Hanlon at Perkins Coie
  13. Business Litigation Alert: "SEC Cracking Down on Cryptocurrency Scams" - by Jeffrey Elkin at Porter Hedges
  14. Massachusetts’ First ICO Enforcement Action Offers Important Lessons for Offshore ICOs - by Alon Kapen at Farrell Fritz
  15. Global Regulators Increasingly Shifting Focus to Cryptocurrency - by Joshua Rittenberg and Kevin Scanlan at Kramer Levin
  16. AML/BSA Focus by U.S. Senate Committee Testimony – From Beneficial Ownership to Cryptocurrency - by Brad Gershel at Ballard Spahr
  17. Polsinelli TrBK Distress Indices - Fourth Quarter 2017 - by Jeremy Johnson, Bobby Guy, and Robert Dempsey at Polsinelli
  18. Dividing Up the Sandbox: Recent Actions and Public Statements Demonstrate How the SEC and CFTC Are Dividing up the Cryptocurrency and Crypto-Token Enforcement Landscape - by attorneys at King & Spalding
  19. Securities Class Action Lawsuits Continue to Test the “Utility” Token Sale Model - by Kari LarsenHerbert Kozlov, and Michael Selig at Reed Smith
  20. Podcast Episode 15 – Development Credits, Permitting, and Ripeness with Mark Miller of Pacific Legal Foundation - by Jeffrey Brian Mead and J. Clint Schumacher at Locke Lord
  21. Insight on Estate Planning - February/March 2018 - by Joseph Marion, III and David Riedel at Adler Pollock & Sheehan
  22. Blockchain Energizer – Volume 21 - by Buck Endemann and  Benjamin Tejblum at K&L Gates
  23. Can You Benefit from a Section 1031 Exchange of Property? - by Jacob Parrott III at Ward and Smith
  24. Redial: 2017 TCPA Year-in-Review - Analysis of critical issues and trends in TCPA compliance and litigation - by Francis NolanWilson Barmeyer, and Lewis Wiener at Eversheds Sutherland
  25. Massachusetts Attorney General Fines Servicer Millions over Servicing Practices - by attorneys at Weiner Brodsky Kider 


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