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Reed Smith Guide to the Metaverse - 2nd edition

European Union, United Arab Emirates, USA - August 1 2022 Since the first edition of our Guide to the Metaverse, the use cases for the technologies that underpin these new online environments have developed…

Ashleigh Standen, Jonathan Andrews, Charmian Aw, Judith Becker, Mark E. Bini, Henry Birkbeck, Nick Breen, Keri S. Bruce, Sarah Bruno, Celine Collis, Jess H. Drabkin, Luke Drake, Emily Faro, John P. Feldman, Dr. Thomas Fischl, Anette Gaertner, Tom Gates, Sophie Goossens, Jason Gordon, Dr. Simon G. Grieser, Richard Hakes, Miranda A. Jannuzzi, Fred Ji, Olga Kacprzak, Hannah Kong, Friedrich Lutter, Ross Mackenzie, Michelle A. Mantine, Stacy K. Marcus, Sara Mohammed, Christine M. Morgan, Adela Mues, Arabella Murrison, Soham Panchamiya, Nicolas A. Pappas, Jessica V. Parry, Noel C. Paul, Carolyn Pepper, Gregor Pryor, Hagen Rooke, Christian Simonds, Andreas Splittgerber, Heather Stweart, Nina Carlina Sugianto, Bryan Tan, Elle Todd, Dr. Michaela Westrup, Hubert Zanczak, Evan Zinaman

U.S. derivatives agency proposed to be top crypto cop

USA - June 13 2022 On June 7, highly anticipated federal legislation aiming to regulate the U.S. digital asset markets was introduced in the U.S. Senate by Senators…

Roger Gibboni, Jonathan L. Marcus

The U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Offers Insights into the Future of Digital Assets: Is Functional Regulation on the Horizon?

USA - April 13 2022 U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen offered new insights into the U.S. Administration’s view of the future the regulatory framework for…

Mark E. Bini, Ilene K. Froom, Herbert F. Kozlov, Peter Y. Malyshev, Jonathan L. Marcus

Biden Administration Issues Sweeping Executive Order on Digital Assets

USA - March 10 2022 Yesterday, the Biden administration (the Administration) issued an “Executive Order on Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets,” outlining…

Mark E. Bini, Kaela Dahan, Roger Gibboni, Evan Zinaman

Is the United States ready to put its bets online?

USA - December 30 2011 The online gaming industry received a welcome message from the U.S. federal government, when the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) reversed its interpretation of the Interstate Wire Act of 1961, that the DOJ previously held to prohibit all forms of online wagering, including online poker and casino services.

Joshua B. Marker