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  • Chambers FinTech 2023 Gives McGlinchey’s Practice, Robert Savoie Top Rankings

    McGlinchey is pleased to announce the national recognition of attorney Robert Savoie (Cleveland) and its FinTech practice group in the 2023 Chambers FinTech guide.

  • Podcast: Governing an Algorithm? The DeFi and Crypto Enforcement Landscape

    The regulatory framework for cryptocurrency and DeFi in general is still a little murky. That hasn't stopped regulatory bodies from bringing enforcement actions against players in this space. What's on the horizon when it comes to investigation and enforcement activity in the decentralized finance space?

  • What Louisiana companies need to know about cryptocurrency and digital transactions

    Talk of bitcoin and cryptocurrency has been unavoidable in recent years. What should Louisiana businesses understand to play in this new sandbox? First, the American Law Institute (ALI) and the Uniform Law Commission (ULC) have approved amendments to the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governing business transactions which will make control of digital assets simpler andMore

  • FTX collapse suggests money transmitters focus on permissible investments

    The collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX has been widely reported across the world. One interesting exception to the fallout involves U.S. customers. We’ve received questions regarding whether there could be a regulatory reason for the different treatment between U.S. customers versus customers in other jurisdictions.

  • California Expands Digital License Plates, Ends Pilot Program

    Effective January 1, 2023, all California vehicle owners will be able to display a digital license plate in lieu of a traditional, state-issued license plate. Assembly Bill 984—approved by the governor on September 29, 2022—effectively ends California’s multi-year pilot program, which capped digital license plates at roughly one-half of one percent of the state’s motor vehicles. California will join Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, and Michigan as states that have approved digital license plates for widespread use among the motoring public.

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