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August 4, 2019, CoinTelegraph

Michael Nonaka spoke with CoinTelegraph to discuss cryptocurrency regulation in the U.S.   Mr. Nonaka says, "The U.S. Financial Crimes Enforcement Network issued its first guidance addressing cryptocurrency companies in 2013, and since then regulatory action for digital assets has been slow to develop but has picked up in the past few years as an increasing ...

July 31, 2019, Law360

Ian Hargreaves spoke with Law360 about unexplained wealth order enforcement by the NCA, specifically its fourth such case. One reason the NCA may only have used four unexplained wealth orders so far is that they require some work to carry out, according to Mr. Hargreaves. He says, “However, as those utilizing them become more familiar with the process their use ...

July 25, 2019, Legaltech News

Lindsey Tonsager spoke with Legaltech News about the FTC’s public request for comment on the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Ms. Tonsager said, “Regardless of whether the FTC is looking at the rule or not, I think the common best practice is to collect only the information that you need. The data minimization helps regardless if the regulator ...

July 23, 2019, Law360

Muftiah McCartin is quoted in Law360 regarding the firm’s lobbying efforts in the second quarter of 2019. Ms. McCartin says, “If a budget deal is not reached this week, it will have to be reached in September to allow the completion of the annual appropriations measures. We also anticipate Congress addressing drug pricing and trade issues — two issues that ...

July 22, 2019, The Recorder

Doug Sprague spoke with The Recorder about the increase in white-collar legal work in Silicon Valley. Mr. Sprague said, “The Department of Justice as a whole is focused on actors from overseas, especially Asia, and being more specific, China.”