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Crypto and Securities Law: Why Bitcoin is the outlier

By Bryan Jacoutot | November 7, 2022

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COVID-19: A most undemocratic affliction

By Bryan Jacoutot | December 17, 2020

The global lockdown effort to curb COVID-19 has been ineffective. It is led by unilateral order, almost never carried out by the peoples’ representatives. Is this okay? Is this sustainable?

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Trump Tweets Stymie Trans Military Ban in Lower Courts

By Bryan Jacoutot | November 26, 2020

This post originally appeared on Law360, New York (November 7, 2017, 11:32 AM EST). Last week, a federal judge halted much of President Donald Trump’s controversial ban on transgender military service, which he first announced via Twitter on July 26. The president’s full Twitter announcement read: “After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please…

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Bitcoin Compensation Compliance

Bitcoin Compensation Compliance: Navigating Murky Waters

By Bryan Jacoutot | November 26, 2020

This post originally appeared in Bitcoin Magazine. Far from its humble origins on the cypherpunk list server, Bitcoin now captures the attention of the general public on a seemingly daily basis. Prominent news outlets, once waffling between indifference and hostility, regularly feature the trailblazing cryptocurrency as part of their coverage of the global financial landscape.…

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