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Should the Crypto-Industry be Self-Regulated?

By Conner Morris  Why the Cryptocurrency Market Is Worth Regulating Currently, the market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is around $500 billion, after a significant increase to $630 billion in January 2018.[1] While the industry has been growing steadily over the last few years, in 2017 the digital asset industry exploded – the number of cryptocurrencies… Keep Reading

Posted on in Cybersecurity/Government/Technology

The Effects of China’s New Cybersecurity Law on Multinational Companies

By Mingmei Zhu  China’s Cybersecurity Law became effective on June 1, 2017. It subjects multinational companies to liability or penalty if they endanger China’s network security and personal information. Multinational companies have to comply with certain requirements under the Law, though the Law is unclear in some aspects and should be interpreted in more detail.… Keep Reading

Posted on in Finance/Real Estate/Technology

Blockchain Brick and Mortar: How Cryptocurrency ICO’s Will Revolutionize Real Estate Development

By Kevin M. Conway Introduction Real estate has always been, by its essence, a local endeavor.  The financing of real estate has likewise traditionally been tied to asset location.  But with blockchain technology providing nearly costless transactions and instantaneous access to global capital markets through Initial Coin Offerings (“ICOs”),[1]real estate developers are poised to benefit… Keep Reading

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The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation: What Practitioners and U.S. Companies Need to Know About this New Regulation

By Krista Fonseca In order to ensure that U.S. companies maintain a competitive advantage in the European Union markets U.S. companies must comply with the GDPR and any special derogations that a Member State has enacted. Introduction The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be applicable as of May 25, 2018.[1] The GDPR… Keep Reading

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