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BNA Big Law Business Publishes Article by Andrew Lustigman and Morgan Spina on Virtual Reality Disclosure Obligations

Andrew Lustigman and Morgan Spina published an article in BNA Big Law Business entitled “Understanding Advertising Disclosure Obligations Within Virtual Reality.” Read More › Tags: Advertising Disclosure, FTC, FTC Guidance, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, virtual reality Read more detail on Recent … Continue reading

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Magistrate’s Ruling Eases Burden for Officials Seeking Forced Disclosure of Encryption Passwords

One of the more interesting legal questions raised by digital technologies is this: Can the government compel a person to divulge the password to an encrypted computer without violating the Constitution’s protection against compelled self-incrimination? The question, which rarely arose … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Become First State to Mandate Disclosure of Litigation Funding Arrangements

As the use of third-party litigation funding has become more widespread, one issue that has been debated is whether or not the existence and details of a funding arrangement must be disclosed to the adversarial parties. As I have noted … Continue reading

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IRS Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program: How to avoid harsh FinCen 114 (FBAR) fines

If you own foreign assets, then you have certain US income tax filing rules that you must follow if the account balance in the account exceeds $10,000 (for instance the FinCen Form 114). The IRS filing requirement for foreign assets … Continue reading

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Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) Closing in September

The OVDP commenced in 2009, and provided a mechanism for U.S. taxpayers who had not complied with various non-U.S. information disclosure and tax payments to square up with the IRS without risk of criminal prosecution, but at the cost of … Continue reading

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