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    Disclose to OFAC—Voluntarily? Tips for Legal and Compliance Pros

    restrictions brought to mind a couple of tips that are important for all senior legal and compliance professionals at companies with cross-border operations. Unlike certain other areas of the law that ...

    Centuries old in law, but are bills of lading keeping up?

    Global law firm teams up with commercial body to assess if a centuries-old legal contract is keeping up with rapid technological change. Shutterstock Global law firm Clyde & Co, in conjunction with th...

    Legal Lasso: Colorado Lawyer Subpoenaed by ICE

    Law Week reporter Doug Chartier has often talked about ... Have tips for upcoming editions of Legal Lasso or comments about past ones? Reach out to us at newsroom@lawweekcolorado.com

    Higher Law: Canada Goes Legal | Ex-Polsinelli Partners See Green | Who Got the Work

    Welcome back to Higher Law, our weekly briefing on all things cannabis. I'm Cheryl Miller, reporting for Law.com from Sacramento. I go away for a week and I come back to Canadian craziness over cannab...

    Pot is legal in Canada, but admitting to using it could get Canadians banned from the U.S. for life

    We’ve already seen this play out in the U.S., where eight states have made it legal under their laws to use marijuana recreationally and 30 have allowed the medicinal use of marijuana — even though fe...

    Centuries old in law, but are legal bills of lading keeping up?

    Global law firm teams up with commercial body to assess if a centuries-old legal contract is keeping up with rapid technological change. The report considers whether the law in this area reflects the ...

    Proposed police super-database breaks the law and has no legal basis, but the Home Office doesn’t care – Matthew White

    The announcement from human rights organisation Liberty that it would boycott the UK Home Office’s consultation on the Law Enforcement Data Service, a new super-database for the police, is an indicati...

    4 Ways Law Firms Can Defend Against Cyberattacks

    Law firms face constant threats in cyberspace. They hold a treasure trove of sensitive data that’s attractive to everyone from homegrown hackers to hostile nation-state actors, and according to the Am...
 

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