Popular Reads on JD Supra: Cybersecurity, the Internet of Things, Bitcoin, and More

by JD Supra Perspectives

Has spring sprung everywhere? We hope so. As you wait for new blossoms to bloom, here's a quick recap of some of the most popular posts published on JD Supra during last month:

  1. The Internet of Things and the FTC – Don’t Be the Test Case - by Janine Bowen at LeClairRyan
  2. The Bitcoin Identity Crisis: Currency or Property? - by Madiha Zuberi at BakerHostetler
  3. A Closer Look at Cybersecurity Legislation and Regulations in the US and Abroad - United States - by Jason ChipmanBenjamin Powell, and Leah Schloss at WilmerHale
  4. Inside the Courts: An Update From Skadden Securities Litigators - by attorneys at Skadden
  5. Financial Services Report, Spring 2016 - by attorneys at Morrison & Foerster
  6. European Acquisition Finance Debt Report 2016 - by attorneys at DLA Piper
  7. MBHB Snippets: Review of Developments in Intellectual Property Law: Winter 2016 - by attorneys at McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff
  8. Anatomy of a Term Sheet: Series A Financing - by Benjamin Hron at McCarter & English
  9. Cryptocurrency: A Primer - by attorneys at Latham & Watkins
  10. Cyber Insurance: Make Sure You Understand Your Coverage - by Richard Caplan at LeClairRyan
  11. Socially Aware: The Social Media Law Update - by attorneys at Morrison & Foerster LLP - Social Media
  12. International Regulators Take An Interest In Crypto-Currencies & The Blockchain: Regulation Is On Its Way - by Chris Finney at Cooley
  13. Draft Report on Virtual Currencies Published by EU Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs - by attorneys in Orrick's Structured Finance Group
  14. What A Retirement Plan Financial Advisor Needs And Where To Get It - by Ary Rosenbaum
  15. Top Ten Ethics & Compliance Predictions & Recommendations for 2016 - by Ed Petry, PHD at Navex Global
  16. Dodd-Frank Almost 6 Years Later: Where Are We Now? Energy-Related Derivatives Regulation - by Brett AckermanYvette Valdez, and J. Ashley Weeks at Latham & Watkins
  17. Bitcoin traders allegedly bribe pastor to conduct transactions - by Linn Freedman ar Robinson+Cole
  18. Senate bill calls for certification of unmanned aircraft - by Todd BertosonMark Dombroff, and Mark McKinnon at Dentons
  19. 2015 Year-End Cross-Border Government Investigations and Regulatory Enforcement Review - by attorneys at BakerHostetler
  20. Could a Blockchain-Based Registry Ever Replace the Copyright Office? - by Lance Koonce at Davis Wright Tremaine
  21. Human Resources Director Can Be Held Personally Liable Under FMLA - by Barry Waters ar Murtha Cullina
  22. Workplace Policy Institute Insider Report — March 2016 - by Michael Lotito and Ilyse Schuman at Littler
  23. SEC Administrative Case Reinforces Current Emphasis on Internal Controls - by Thomas White at WilmerHale
  24. California Insurance Department Holds Hearing on Centene/Health Net Merger - by James Burns at Baker Donelson
  25. Big Data and Employee Health Care - by Robert Fallah at Fisher & Phillips


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