In this article, learn about insolvency questions regarding crypto assets.
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Learn about key data protection and cybersecurity laws in this multi-jurisdictional guide.
Data risk was once thought of as a technical challenge. However, the onslaught of data breach and data privacy legislation, and subsequent litigation have changed this outlook. There is one activity that everyone is aware of which, if well-executed, can lower technical, legal, and privacy risks and increase compliance: a data retention/deletion program. Check out this whitepaper from Exterro to learn more about data retention programs.
Read this article from Exterro to verify that your breach response solution can help you automatically respond to incidents by using the checklists included.
This whitepaper developed by Exterro focuses on the responsibilities and requirements of basic principles of data privacy and how they can differ significantly across various jurisdictions as more and more states pass laws, and more and more regulations go into effect.
Check out this Exterro Data Privacy alert to learn more about the new US and EU data privacy framework.
On July 1, 2022,the amendments to the Regulations and Rules of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (“ICSID”) entered into force. This article summarizes and comments on the key changes. The 2022 ICSID Arbitration Rules apply to ICSID arbitrations commenced on or after July 1, 2022.
In July 2022, the sponsors of the Uniform Commercial Code (“UCC”) approved wide-ranging amendments to the UCC (“2022 UCC Amendments”) to provide workable rules for emerging technologies, such as distributed ledger technology and virtual currency. If adopted by individual state legislatures, these amendments should provide greater certainty regarding the rules governing security interests, competing claims, custodial risks, and other issues associated with digital assets. This article provides a high level summary of selected aspects of the 2022 UCC Amendments that may be of particular interest to financial market participants.
On July 15, 2022, China’s antitrust authority SAMR announced a three-year pilot program beginning August 1, 2022 to delegate the review of certain simplified-procedure merger filings that the agency currently handles on its own, to five of its local branches (“AMRs”) in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Chongqing, and Shaanxi. Each of the five local AMRs will be responsible for a specific geographic area (“Territory”) within China. This article discusses this first step to implement China’s “categorized and classified” merger control review regime under the new Anti-Monopoly Law.