Blockchain’s Promising Future in Battling Counterfeit Luxury Goods

Luxury brands spend copious amounts of time, money, and resources to protect their brands, trademarks, and intellectual property. But even so, the counterfeit market keeps growing, and annual losses from counterfeit goods reach well into the billions. Leading luxury retailers are now turning to blockchain technologies in an effort to douse the flames. By providing accurate, transparent, and verified data directly to consumers, blockchain might allow luxury brands to radically change the playing field.

Extension of Energy Related Tax Incentives Boosts Renewable Energy Industry

Congress signaled bipartisan support for renewable energy investment in the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Relief Act (the Act) of 2020, part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021. Stradley Ronan Associate Andreas N. Andrews (LAW’14) published an article in Tax Notes and hosted a webcast with the Co-Chair of Stradley Ronan’s Environmental Group, Andrew Levine, about this development.

The Compliance Monthly: How To Empower Local Ethics and Compliance Champions With The Right Technology

This Month from the Temple Law Center for Compliance and Ethics: Ethics and compliance champions play a critical role in enhancing program effectiveness with technology and personal leadership. A trusted champion can encourage more people to speak up internally, early and often. A human review system in business units and local offices where risks occur is one of the biggest opportunities for an organization.

The Compliance Monthly: Fraud Emerges as Telemedicine Surges – Compliance Guidance for Telemedicine Providers

Telemedicine providers should examine the type of conduct DOJ has recently
focused on and adapt their compliance systems accordingly. Providers should also consider the
cybersecurity dimension of a robust compliance system and ensure that their network is
protected from malicious cyber actors.