Popular Reads on JD Supra (Or, What Blockchain, Jeffrey Toobin & Renewable Energy Have in Common)

by JD Supra Perspectives

In case you missed them the first time around, here's a recap of popular reads published on JD Supra during the prior month. Good work by smart folks:

  1. “Holy Grail” of Renewable Energy Storage is Fast-Approaching - by Sahir Surmeli at Mintz Levin
  2. Can Blockchain Live Up to the Hype? - by Mark Dwyer at DLA Piper
  3. PTAB Reversed – Common Sense Improperly Used to Supply Missing Limitation in Obviousness Inquiry - by Douglas Robinson at Harness Dickey
  4. [Podcast] Jeffrey Toobin, Sr. Legal Analyst at CNN, Talks Law & Journalism with Hsu Untied - by Richard Hsu, Hsu Untied
  5. Best Practices to Thwart Hackers Using Email to Get Your Money - by attorneys at Pessin Katz Law
  6. Penalties for OSHA Non-Compliance Just Got Stiffer - by Jason Markel at Hodgson Russ
  7. Federal Circuit Provides Guidance on Use of Common Sense in Obviousness Analysis - by Sarah Dukmen at BakerHostetler
  8. CFTC Considers Blockchain Technology - by Nik Mathews and Jonas Robison at Orrick
  9. Global Government Solutions 2016 Mid-Year Outlook - by attorneys at K&L Gates
  10. North Carolina Clarifies Digital Currency Amidst Growing Interest in Blockchain Technology - by Erin Jane Illman at Bradley
  11. Teamsters’ Central States Pension Plan: A Saga Becomes a Nightmare? - by Matthew Miklave at Robinson+Cole 
  12. State Money Transmitter Laws Update: Then There Was One - by Carol Van Cleef at Manatt
  13. Wearable Technology Raises Concerns Regarding IP, Data Privacy and Data Security - by Jo Dale Carothers, Ph.D. at Weintraub Tobin
  14. FTC Announces FinTech Forum on Crowdfunding, Peer-to-Peer Payments - by Amanda MolloObrea O. Poindexter, and Trevor Salter at MoFo Reenforcement
  15. Immigration Update: August 2016 Visa Bulletin; Increased Fines for I-9 and Other Immigration Violations; USCIS Returns Unselected Fiscal Year 2017 H-1B Cap-Subject Petitions; and More - by Miriam Thompson at Baker Donelson
  16. Bitcoin theft highlights cryptocurrency regulatory uncertainty - by Fai Hung CheungBenjamin Crawford, and Ryan Middlemas at Allen & Overy
  17. Plaintiffs Cannot Bring Data Breach Lawsuits Without Evidence That Information Will Be Used To Harm - by John DevineEdward McAndrew, and Gregory Szewczyk at Ballard Spahr
  18. California Senate converts proposed BitLicence into digital currency enrollment program - by Chris Finney at Cooley
  19. The Code-Based Fund: The Future of Crowdsourced Startup Funding - by Temidayo Odusolu and Obrea O. Poindexter at Morrison & Foerster
  20. Potential Legal Implications Arising from "Brexit" - by Christina HioureasMélida Hodgson, and Catherine Muyl at Foley Hoag
  21. Coming to a Hotel Near You: The Starwood-Marriott Merger - by Jessica Bula at Dechert
  22. FAA Regulations Clear Way for Delivery Drones - by Flora Sarder at Bryan Cave
  23. Unfair Competition in the Wine Industry - by Nell Clement and Jessica Nall at Farella Braun + Martel
  24. Tenth Circuit Drills Down Into Roots Of Moral Hazard, Comes Up Dry - by John Herrington at Carlton Fields
  25. Privacy Tip #47 – Safety Tips for Using Twitter When Anonymity is Crucial to Your Safety - by Linn Freedman at Robinson+Cole


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