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ITechLaw Publishes New Book and Opens Global Public Comment Period on Draft Principles for Responsible Artificial Intelligence

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2019

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ITechLaw Publishes New Book and Opens Global Public Comment Period on Draft Principles for Responsible Artificial Intelligence

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Goodmans LLP Update: Canadian Securities Regulators Propose to Regulate Crypto-Asset Platforms

The Canadian Securities Administrator (CSA) and the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC, together with the CSA, the “Regulators”) are soliciting insight on how Canada should best regulate crypto-asset trading platforms (“Platforms”).

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OSC Cites Public Interest Concerns to Refuse Prospectus Receipt for Bitcoin-Fund

On February 15, 2019, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) refused to issue a prospectus receipt to 3iQ Corp. (the “Manager”) for its prospectus for The Bitcoin Fund (the “Fund”), raising the novel issue of whether an investment fund that invests substantially all of its assets in bitcoin should be offered to the public.

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ITechLaw Partner Event: ICDR Conference

On November 14, 2018 ITechLaw partnered with several other organizations to put on a full day event at Fordham University about arbitration in the technology sector.  At the initiative of ITechLaw’s dispute resolution committee, ITechLaw worked with the America Arbitration Associations’ International Centre for Dispute Resolution and the Silicon Valley Mediation & Arbitration Center to put on this conference for over 120 registrants.  Both Peter Ruby, member of ITechLaw’s Executive Committee, and David McIlwaine, co-chair of its dispute resolution spoke to the attendees, bring

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Cryptocurrency Laws – U.S. Legal Resource Guide

The rapid proliferation of cryptocurrency activity, including initial coin offerings (ICOs), has caused an increase in legal scrutiny. Many bodies of laws apply to various activities involving crypto currencies and many agencies have exerted jurisdiction. Prepared by James Gatto, Sheppard Mullin, Co-Chair of the Startups Committee.

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2018 CyberSpaceCamp Highlights

This year marks the 4th in a row in which we have visited more than 8 Latin American countries, including Cuba, for the CyberSpaceCamps®! 

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