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August/September 2019

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  • Sponsored by Latham & Watkins
    Latham & Watkins lawyers take a deep dive into US trends to unpick the patchwork efforts to regulate tokens, blockchains and cryptocurrencies and the businesses that deal in them
  • Sponsored by Futej & Partners
    The special act requiring entities that do business with the government to register in a special register of public sector partners (the register) – and to disclose their beneficial owners – has been in force in Slovakia for almost two and a half years. It is known informally as the anti-shell company act. This act was so innovative that it was only a matter of time before the sponsor of the act – the government of the Slovak Republic – would prepare a substantial amendment. Such an amendment was passed on June 27 2019.
  • Sponsored by Homburger
    In March 2019, the Swiss federal government published a draft law on distributed ledger technology. Stefan Kramer and Urs Meier of Homburger take a look