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SEC investment company filings during government shutdown

USA - January 2 2019 The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is subject to the current federal government shutdown due to lack of funding, and generally it will...

Cynthia R. Beyea, James M. Cain, Dodie C. Kent, Ronald D. Coenen, Jr., Patrice M. Pitts, Stephen E. Roth, Lorna J. MacLeod, Frederick R. Bellamy, Thomas E. Bisset.


New guidance proposed on the extra-territorial scope of the GDPR

European Union - December 18 2018 Companies not based in the European Union (EU) now have additional guidance to help them determine whether they have to comply with the General Data...

Michael Bahar, Paula Barrett, Lizzie Charlton.


SEC and CFTC continue efforts to regulate cryptocurrency

USA - November 13 2018 Two important events occurred in the cryptocurrency space last week. The Chairman of the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) gave a speech...

Adam C. Pollet, Alexander F. L. Sand, Michael Bahar, Amber S. Unwala, Holly H. Smith, Gregory S. Kaufman.


California’s new data privacy law: What you need to know

USA - October 4 2018 The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 provides California residents with a potent set of new privacy rights and protections, which likely will...

Michael Bahar.


Legal Alert: Delaware jury finds retailer liable for gift card breakage in qui tam escheat litigation

USA - September 28 2018 After four-plus years of litigation in a long-running dispute over unredeemed gift cards, a jury returned a verdict against Overstock.com, finding...

John Allen Zumpetta, Elizabeth S. Cha, Steuart H. Thomsen, Holly H. Smith, Wilson G. Barmeyer, Phillip E. Stano.