Popular Reads on JD Supra: Brexit, Blockchain, and Breaches

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From Brexit to the blockchain, startup financing to social media marketing, EU cybersecurity to Uber in retail ... here's a recap of recent popular reads published on JD Supra during July. Good work by smart folks:

  1. It's Okay to Venture Away: Alternative Financing Structures for Startups - by Murray Indick and Mark Thom at Morrison & Foerster
  2. Set Pickup Location: Uber Is Coming to Retail - by David Lewis and Timothy Watkins at Goulston & Storrs
  3. Cybersecurity, Use of Internet of Things Technology Concern Manufacturers - by Edward McAndrewMichele VenturaNeal Walters, and Philip Yannella at Ballard Spahr
  4. Safety, Health and Environment Matters - Spring/Summer 2016 - by Alastair CloughTeresa Hitchcock, and Ailish Oxenforth at DLA Piper
  5. Bitcoin after Brexit: Safe Haven or Harbinger of Future Distress? - by Justin Sabin and Bryce Suzuki at Bryan Cave
  6. The FTC’s Analysis of Lord & Taylor’s Social Media Marketing Campaign - by Ira Sacks and Jamie Shyman at Akerman
  7. Government Investigations: Use of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network and Virtual Currency - by Elizabeth Prehn at Moskowitz LLP
  8. European Commission brings virtual currency exchanges & wallet providers within the scope of the 4th Anti-money Laundering Directive - by Chris Finney at Cooley LLP
  9. SEC Steps Up Cybersecurity Enforcement with $1 Million Fine Against Morgan Stanley - by Christopher Bosch and Jeff Kern at Sheppard Mullin
  10. Can blockchain live up to the hype? - by Mark Dwyer at DLA Piper
  11. EU brings virtual currency exchanges and wallet providers under the EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive - by Kari LarsenJennifer Schwalbenberg, and Richard Swinburn at Reed Smith
  12. Tax Lien on Me: Fifth Circuit Holds the Transfer of a Tax Lien is not Subject to the Truth in Lending Act - by Chad Richards and David Scheffel at Dorsey & Whitney
  13. Lies that 401(k) Plan Providers May Tell You - by Ary Rosenbaum
  14. Financial Preventive Care – 6 Steps to Maximize Asset Protection - by C. Thomas Ebel at Sands Anderson
  15. Global Trends and Business Ethics - by Richard Bistrong
  16. Unexpected Affirmative Action News: The U.S. Supreme Court Affirms that Universities and Colleges May Continue to Use Race as a Factor in Admissions - by Derek Ishikawa at Hirschfeld Kraemer
  17. Harvey Specter on Human Resources - by Robin Kallor at FordHarrison
  18. Innovation in Compliance Week – Part V: The Innovation Process - by Thomas Fox
  19. Potential Legal Implications Arising from "Brexit" - by Christina HioureasMélida Hodgson, and Catherine Muyl at Foley Hoag
  20. 3D Printing Quarterly Report - Q2 2016 - by attorneys at Benesch
  21. The Blockchain: Beyond Bitcoin - by Michelle Knoop at Goodwin
  22. Sanctions Updates: Iran, Myanmar (Burma) and Cuba - by Michael Volkov
  23. EU Cybersecurity Directive Brings Notification and Security Requirements for Industry - by D. Reed Freeman, Jr. and Joseph Jerome at WilmerHale
  24. SEC Proposes New Rules That Would Make Available Scaled Disclosure to More Companies - by David A. CifrinoRobert Cohen, and Thomas P. Conaghan at McDermott Will & Emery
  25. Data Breach Incident Response: 5 Questions to Ask and New Laws to Know Now - by Amelia Gerlicher and Todd M. Hinnen at Perkins Coie

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