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Key Points From the US Justice Department’s Report on Cyber Threats & The Cryptocurrency Industry

Key Points From the US Justice Department's Report on Cyber Threats & The Cryptocurrency Industry 1

Cozen O’Connor – On October 8, 2020, Attorney General William Barr announced the release of a Cryptocurrency Enforcement Framework produced by the Department of Justice (DOJ) Cyber-Digital Task Force. The 83-page framework is intended to help cryptocurrency entrepreneurs understand and comply with U.S. legal obligations. The framework outlines the DOJ’s strategies for addressing emerging cyber threats associated …

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Data Privacy Experts & Legal Firms Collaborate to Produce Guide to Compatibility of Blockchain with GDPR

Data Privacy Experts & Legal Firms Collaborate to Produce Guide to Compatibility of Blockchain with GDPR 2

Slaugher & May – A team of our data privacy experts have collaborated with leading Wall Street firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore to produce a highly topical guide to the compatibility of blockchain solutions with the GDPR. The report was commissioned by the Center for Global Enterprise, a research institution devoted to the study of the …

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Class Actions Over Cryptocurrencies On The Rise

Class Actions Over Cryptocurrencies On The Rise 3

Kramer Levin – After a surge in popularity and an increased interest from regulators, virtual currencies — also known as cryptocurrencies — have entered into a new phase in their relatively short history, with an increase in class actions targeting the emerging assets. The emergence of cryptocurrency class actions comes after the market witnessed a …

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The SEC and DOJ Go After BitFunder and Its BitFounder

The SEC and DOJ Go After BitFunder and Its BitFounder 5

Sheppard Mullin – Taking further steps into the world of cryptocurrency, two entities of the federal government recently took legal action against BitFunder, a now-defunct Bitcoin exchange, and its founder, Jon Montroll. The Securities and Exchange Commission filed civil charges against BitFunder and Montroll, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan brought criminal charges of …

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SEC Pays Attention to Cryptocurrencies, Blockchain Technology & ICOs

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Eversheds Sutherland –  Cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs) were a recurring area of focus in presentations by multiple divisions of the Securities and Exchange Commission at its annual “The SEC Speaks” conference in Washington, DC on February 23-24, 2018. While the SEC does not seem to have reached consensus yet on how to treat …

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Bitcoin Investment Platform Operator Charged with Perjury and Obstruction of Justice

Amazon Channels – CBS All Access Jon E. Montroll Allegedly Lied Repeatedly to SEC Staff During Testimony to Conceal Substantial Customer Losses Due to a Software Exploit Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Field Office of …

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