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By Edward G. Eisert
As further evidence of the SEC's resistance to the development of a regulated secondary market in bitcoin, on August 12 it delayed making a decision on three additional bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) proposals.
By Robert McKenna
The paper also provides a comprehensive list of legislative and judicial solutions that states can pursue to reduce municipality litigation and the problems it poses.
By Jonathan Direnfeld, David T. Cohen, Monica A. Svetoslavov
Amidst mounting pressure to pursue cybersecurity more aggressively, the FTC, the federal government's most active enforcer in the space, has recently imposed increasingly stringent cybersecurity requirements ...
By Jill Pritzker
On August 9, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that the Federal Housing Administration will insure mortgages on mixed-used developments under the FHA's Section 220 Program ...
By Kevin Whittaker, Shawn N. Butte, Anna Matsuo
In Taylor v. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company, the Washington Supreme Court recently held that obesity is always an "impairment" under the Washington Law Against Discrimination
By Howard S. Altarescu
The SEC Investment Management Division published a no-action letter on August 15 addressed to Redwood Trust that provides a certain degree of Section 3(c)(5)(C) compliance leeway for mortgage REITs and mortgage bankers.
By Jill Pritzker
On August 8, the SEC announced that it has voted to propose rule amendments to modernize and simplify certain disclosures required pursuant to Regulation S-K since the regulation was first adopted over 30 years ago.
By Daniel Nathan, Jorge Pesok
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce has once again earned her title as "Crypto Mom" by expressing support for building a "non-exclusive safe harbor" for the offer and sale of certain cryptocurrency tokens.
By Gary Siniscalco, Kathryn Mantoan, Yekaterina Reyzis
This year has seen states enact a litany of laws aimed at addressing pay equity issues, chief among them salary history bans. We previously reported on these issues here, here, and here.
By Glenn Dassoff, Roland Chang
As anticipated in May, rising trade tensions between the U.S. and China have led to a series of escalating measures including tariffs and trade investigations.
By Peter Connors, Rob Lawrence, Michael J. Masri, Sue Cowell
On May 2, 2019, the Internal Revenue Service ( the "IRS") released Notice 2019-32 (the "Notice") which requested comments for Carbon Oxide Sequestration Section 45Q of the Internal Revenue Code
By Gary Siniscalco, Kathryn Mantoan, Yekaterina Reyzis
This year has seen states enact a litany of laws aimed at addressing pay equity issues, chief among them salary history bans. We previously reported on these issues here, here, and here.
By Christopher Wilkinson, Necia Hobbes
In the first-of-its-kind ruling last week, the Fifth Circuit held that the EEOC's investigators and lawyers cannot rely on its "Enforcement Guidance
By André Zimmermann LL.M.
The termination of the appointment is achieved by a shareholders' resolution revoking the appointment of the managing director.
By Ed Batts, Sara Gates
The gender diversity report is Orrick's latest examination of corporate governance practices among the nation's public companies.
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