Matthew Stein and Mara O’Malley co-authored an article for Legaltech News, which discussed the economic danger of ‘cryptojacking,’ a relatively new phenomenon, driven by the rising price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Brett Natarelli, Madelaine Newcomb and Paul Heeringa co-authored an article for The Business Lawyer on the status of remote online notarization and how the pandemic accelerated the adoption and acceptance of electronic and remote practices.
Michael Polentz, Andrew Schultz, Alison Weinberg-Fahey and Loni Gonzalez co-authored a New York Law Journal article on the impact pandemic-induced locked downs have had on the office real estate market.
Matthew Reece authored an article for Sports Business Journal covering the new name, image and likeness laws (NIL) slated to take effect on July 1 in six states that will allow college athletes to receive compensation for their NIL without forfeiting NCAA eligibility.
Amar Thakur co-authored an article for the San Diego Union-Tribune detailing the pressing need to significantly bolster U.S. cybersecurity efforts in an increasingly digital world.
In a follow up piece to his April 15 article for Empire Report, Bruce Gyory detailed what it would take to secure a Democratic primary win in New York’s mayoral race as the political landscape has progressed.
Establishment of the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) was a key provision of the Affordable Care Act.
Kevin McAvey authored an article for HealthAffairs, which explored what the national COVID-19 public health crisis revealed about our nation’s health care system and what perspective has been gained as we emerge from a year of retrenchment into a year of response and of investing in health.
Richard Gottlieb, Brett Natarelli and Joseph Reilly authored an article for Law360 on what to expect on the enforcement front from the Biden Administration’s Consumer Protection Financial Bureau.
Brian Bewley and Kaitlyn Dunn co-authored an article for Law360 analyzing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) favorable advisory opinion involving a proposed ambulatory surgery center, or ASC.