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While the SEC has yet to weigh in on the question of whether NFTs are securities, its increased attention on fractionalized NFTs may signal a shift in how the agency intends to test whether digital assets are securities in the future.
Continue Reading The Limits of Howey: What the SEC May Be Signaling Through its Approach to NFTs and F-NFTs

Stephanie Corey, CEO and Co-Founder of UpLevel Ops, discusses key questions for law firms to ask their clients to foster innovation, how sexism in the workplace forced women to stop being authentic, and why companies need to be deliberate in identifying and shaping their culture
Continue Reading Women of Legal Tech: 'The Bar Is Low' for Firms to Foster Innovation for Clients, Says Stephanie Corey

The DOJ’s investigation into the consolidated Ticketmaster-Live Nation may be motivated by non-traditional factors unrelated to price, like IT issues and data privacy, signaling a shift in how regulators view antitrust enforcement.
Continue Reading Will 'Swifties' Alter DOJ's Ticketmaster Investigation? It's Not Just Price That's the Problem

The UK firm’s investment in the US-based AI privacy startup will help combat “the uncontrolled proliferation and exploitation of our private data online” and is a critical step toward achieving global online data privacy in today’s digital age.
Continue Reading UK's Schillings Invests in US Startup Hush, Strengthening Global Online Privacy Reach