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An increased regulatory focus on digital markets is inevitable. Now is the time to get these discussions off the ground within your organization—if you wait too long, it might be too late.
Spring may feel like an overnight shift to consumers—they wake up one day to find leaves on trees and pastel hues in shop windows—but to retailers it can represent a year’s worth of inventory planning.
The human trafficking economy may seem remote to business leaders, as well as to anyone who lives comfortably in a developed society. However, it is likely that each of us has participated indirectly in it in some way, as either an unwitting consumer or businessperson.
Now that FIRRMA is here, former CFIUS member Harry G. Broadman dives into what it means for CFIUS reform and how it will impact future foreign investments.
Cryptography was once strictly spy stuff. Why use encryption if your work is legal? Well, secrets are necessary for business, too.
The technology works. Docs get it. Patients need it. Now we need payers to buy in with reimbursement for telemedicine. Here’s why.
The evolution of intellectual property rights starts—improbably—with a stack of stolen punch cards. This 1971 case shows how law struggles to keep up with technology.
As costs mount and cases drag on, it’s clear technology can only do so much for the future of international arbitration.
“The New Enlightenment: Reshaping Capitalism and the Global Order in a Neo-Mercantilist World” will honor Adam Smith’s legacy at his Panmure House this summer.