In this Cryptocurrency Alert, Kristen Howell analyzes recent remarks by an SEC official who declared that Bitcoin, Etherium and other coins operating on truly decentralized platforms are not securities.
The exclusive list published by Lawdragon and Human Resource Executive magazine recognizes the leading corporate, defense-side employment lawyers in the country.
Effective June 11, Fox grew its offices in Chicago and Wilmington in a merger with 23-attorney Shaw Fishman.
"It's just been one punch after another for users of Facebook, Google and other big tech," Scott Vernick said, adding that the new GDPR regulation in Europe may push U.S. companies to adopt stronger privacy protections.
Fox unveils cross-industry cybersecurity survey showing many corporate executives are not implementing vital defenses.
Named among the leading entertainment lawyers in California, Lincoln is touted as "terrific" by clients for his counsel on copyright infringement and defamation matters.
In the latest issue of the ABA Journal, Joshua Horn is quoted extensively in the article, "Building a niche law practice rewards extra work, special training." He is also profiled in the same issue in the Creating Your Own Niche gallery.
In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court held that employees who are subject to arbitration agreements – whether as stand-alone agreements or provisions contained in employment agreements – can be required to arbitrate their claims on an individual basis. Carolyn D. Richmond, Glenn S. Grindlinger and Matthew C. Berger explain in this alert.
Bloomberg Radio’s "Politics, Policy, Power and Law” program featured Nicholas Casiello, Jr. for its discussion about the Supreme Court’s landmark opinion on sports betting. States are free to legalize betting on single sporting events – Nicholas explains how states may approach legalization and regulation.