On March 28, 2022, the US Department of the Treasury released the Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 Revenue Proposals and Green Book, which describes the tax proposals in the Biden administration’s FY 2023 budget (2023 Budget Proposal).
Cryptocurrencies and digital assets—such as bitcoin, ether and non-fungible tokens (NFTs)—have become some of the hottest investment products in recent years.
U.S. holders of cryptocurrency have been eager to participate in the crypto lending market, but recent actions by the SEC are causing unexpected, and likely unintended, changes in how these loans are made.
By now you may have heard about NFTs: the new cryptographic asset that is having a major impact in many industries and is likely to continue to do so for many years.
In 2020, the EU Commission published its package on the digitization of the financial sector, which builds on the work of the Commission’s FinTech Action Plan and includes, among other legislative proposals, a draft Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (“MiCAR“).
2021 brought a huge increase in the interest of NFTs leaving many to wonder whether this fascination will continue into 2022. As 2021 comes to end, here are a few noteworthy NFT projects to remember.
Backed by noted crypto investors including Franklin Templeton and Pantera Capital, Arcade, a decentralized finance (DeFi) marketplace, has closed a $15 million Series A round to bring forth its secured financing business that allows borrowers to secure loans with the NFTs that they own.
Hollywood film studio Miramax recently filed a lawsuit against director Quentin Tarantino and others over his plans to auction off non-fungible tokens (NFTs) based on the 1994 film, Pulp Fiction.
Todd Kramer, the owner of Ross + Kramer Gallery, was reported to have tweeted on December 30, 2021 to seek help: “I have been hacked."
The curiosity, excitement, skepticism, and enthusiasm surrounding non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) and the metaverse is at an all-time high!
The District of Columbia Council has postponed the first effective date of voter Initiative 82, the “Tip Credit Elimination Act,” from January 1, 2023, to May 1, 2023.
In 2022, New York State and New York City enacted many new workplace laws, creating additional obligations for employers.
On December 16, 2022, a federal district judge in California denied artist Ryder Ripps’s and his partner’s anti-SLAPP motion and motion to dismiss in a closely monitored action filed against them by Yuga Labs, Inc. (“Yuga”), the creator behind the monumentally successful Bored Ape Yacht Club (“BAYC”) NFTs.
If your New Year’s resolution is fitness-related, we’re on the same page … or hamster wheel.
Even with the strictest compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations and best workplace safety practices, on-the-job injuries from time to time are inevitable in the construction industry.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) promised in a March 2022 hearing to address what it considered to be “severe and pervasive” discrimination in the construction sector.
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