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Privacy Advocates, Business Community Voice Opinions on Privacy Law in the Centennial State: AG Provides Open Forum for Informal Comment on CPA Implementation and a New Curveball Emerges in the Privacy Arena as Recent Dobbs Portends Further Changes

USA - July 6 2022 Almost exactly one year ago, on July 7, 2021, Colorado Governor Jared Polis (D) signed the Colorado Privacy Act (“CPA”) into law. As we have…

Sarah Bruno, Samantha Sedivy, Divonne Smoyer

Mid-season election update: Where AG elections stand post Dobbs decision and updates on AG races in D.C., Idaho, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Vermont, and the other 30 states up for grabs this election cycle

USA - June 30 2022 In this post, we build upon the electoral analysis provided in an earlier blog posted on February 10, 2022, entitled “New AGs Take the Reins in Key…

Samantha Sedivy, Divonne Smoyer

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…

Ramsey Hanna, Jonathan L. Marcus

Only Sheriff in Town? Not so fast: National Association of Attorneys General announces the formation of the Center on Cyber and Technology.

USA - May 18 2022 With the continued rapid growth of both technological innovations and the market power of the companies spurring these innovations, calls for greater…

Karim Al-Hassan, Divonne Smoyer

State AGs signal collaboration with feds to crack down on fraud in digital asset markets

USA - May 5 2022 As we previously reported, state attorneys general (AGs) are among the many regulators and law enforcers taking a significant interest in digital…

Jonathan L. Marcus, Divonne Smoyer