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  • The Wait is Over: Louisiana Proposes Virtual Currency Business Rules

    The Louisiana Virtual Currency Business Act (Act), which requires virtual currency businesses to hold a license became effective on August 1, 2020. At that time the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions (OFI) was tasked with adopting administrative rules to govern the licensing process before it could begin accepting license applications. The wait is over andMore

  • Practice Area Insights — Digital Assets: A Brave New World

    Marshall Grodner (Baton Rogue) joined a panel titled "Digital Assets: A Brave New World" at the American Bar Association's 2022 Hybrid Spring Meeting.

  • Regulatory Challenges in Crypto

    Block-chain is building the plane as it flies. It’s important to know how this changing technology and the changing regulations that govern it impact you. Aaron Kouhoupt (Cleveland) and Amy Greenwood-Field (Washington, DC) are speaking on a panel on “Regulatory Challenges in Crypto” at the Been Around the Block-Chain: Exploring the Legal Impact of Digital Currency,More

  • Current State of Regulatory Network Supervision

    Amy Greenwood-Field (Washington, DC) is speaking on a panel on "Current State of Regulatory Network Supervision" at the CrossTech Compliance Conference in Miami, Florida on Wednesday, June 22, 2022. This panel will broadly analyze the current state of network affairs and what the future envisions.

  • CFPB Takes Adverse Action Against Machine Learning

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has given special consideration to data, algorithms, and machine learning for years. In 2017, as part of a field hearing on alternative data, the CFPB issued a request for information in part to explore “whether reliance on some types of alternative data could result in discrimination, whether inadvertent or otherwise, against certain consumers.”

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