Popular Reads on JD Supra

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You might say that this was the summer our readers got into the weeds on marijuana legislation, all aspects. While always a topic of burning interest, marijuana dominated our list of popular reads published on JD Supra in August. But that wasn't the only buzzing interest among our readers for the month, as shown below... Good work, smart folks:

  1. “But My Doctor Said It Was Cool”: Florida’s New Medical Marijuana Bill and Employment Considerations - by Mark Hanley at Bradley
  2. The Growing Business of Marijuana - by Samantha Evans at Cozen O'Connor
  3. Federal Court Rules that Medical Marijuana User’s Claim Under State Law is Not Preempted by Federal Statutes - by Brittany Medio and Ruth A. Rauls at Saul Ewing
  4. National Survey On Marijuana Laws And Regulations (Updated) - by William Bogot and Joshua Horn at Fox Rothschild
  5. Food and Beverage Law Update: August 2017 - by Amanda OrcuttPaul LannonLuis Gonzalez, Thomas Brooke, and Nathan Adams IV at Holland & Knight
  6. Accommodating Medical Marijuana Users: A National Trend? - by Matthew MitchellMichael Gamboli, and Alicia Samolis at Partridge Snow & Hahn
  7. Coty: Selective distribution and the luxury of prohibiting third party platform sales - by attorneys at DLA Piper
  8. Texas Amends Insurance Code In Response To Weather Claims - by Alicia GurriesGregory Hudson, and Anthony DiPietra at Cozen O'Connor
  9. SPLITCOIN: The Impact of the World’s Biggest Cryptocurrency Forking Into Two - by John ViskocilCasey Howard, and William Foley Jr. at Locke Lord
  10. [Video] Use This Simple Exercise to Identify New Writing Topics With Proven Interest - by Adrian Lurssen for JD Supra Perspectives
  11. Another Employer’s Defense in Disability/Medical Marijuana Case Goes Up in Smoke - by  Daniel Schwartz and Gary Starr at Shipman & Goodwin
  12. Privacy Perils: The Price of Consumer Loyalty - by attorneys at Bass, Berry & Sims
  13. Blockchain's Steady March to Legitimacy - by Ajita ShuklaKevin PetrasicAdam Chernichaw, and Matthew Bornfreund at White & Case
  14. FinCEN Takes First Action Against Foreign-Located MSB—“The Virtual Currency Exchange of Choice for Criminals”—For Willfully Violating U.S. AML Laws - by Juliana Gerrick at Ballard Spahr
  15. 15 Creative Ways Large Real Estate & Infrastructure Developers Raise Millions Outside of Traditional Debt and Equity (Part I) - by Slim Ventures LLC
  16. Workplace Ethics & Culture: What the Uber Board Report Means for Compliance Officers - by Thomas Fox
  17. [Video] Cloud Computing Security - by James DeGraw at Ropes & Gray
  18. The Employment Law Authority - July/August 2017 - by attorneys at Ogletree Deakins
  19. The Lawyers' Lawyer Newsletter - Recent Developments in Risk Management - August 2017 - by Margaret Curley NashAlyssa JohnsonAnthony DavisNoah Fiedler, and Daniel Sanchez-Behar at Hinshaw & Culbertson
  20. SEC Finds That Internet Sales of Tokens and Virtual Coins Are Subject To Federal Securities Laws - by Michael Hund at McNees Wallace & Nurick
  21. Generosity & Authenticity in Business Development: Market Leaders Podcast with AceTech's Jodi Kovitz - by David Ackert by JD Supra Perspectives
  22. Marketing For Plan Providers: What It Can Do And What It Can’t - by Ary Rosenbaum
  23. SEC Publishes Landmark Guidance on Blockchain Tokens - by Josh Garcia and Marco Santori at Cooley
  24. Dorsey Anti-Corruption Digest - August 2017 - by Zach DavisonKimberly FrumkinThomas Gorman, and  Chad Richards at Dorsey
  25. SEC's Investigative Report Raises Difficult Questions for ICO Issuers - by Joan McKownPeter DevlinAlexander (Alex) GendzierHenry Klehm III, and Stephen Obie at Jones Day



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