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Brian, a managing associate in the Business Litigation group, advises clients in connection with complex commercial litigation, shareholder derivative suits, corporate governance matters, and compliance with federal securities laws, anti-money laundering statutes and the Bank Secrecy Act.

In the early afternoon on January 9, 2022, 8,888 “Frosties” non-fungible tokens (NFTs) were sold for 0.04 Ether each, selling out in just forty-eight minutes. These NFTs promised purchasers a unique NFT digital “Frostie” image, staking, NFT breeding, and additional rewards tied to a yet-to-be-released metaverse game. The only problem? None of the associated benefits

Trade secrets are often a company’s most valuable asset, whether those secrets involve cutting-edge medical research or the formula for Coca-Cola. Businesses must take significant steps to protect these valuable “crown jewels” at all costs, whether by securing them on a network or a locked room, encrypting them, or restricting employee access on a need-to-know