In today’s episode we have an easing up on banks and firms that self-report white collar crimes, bankruptcy failing to discharge debt from spousal fraud, California trying to rein in AI, and NFT-security news.
Wall Street Cops to Ease Up on Firms That Self-Report Misconduct - https://news.bloomberglaw.com/white-collar-and-criminal-law/wall-street-prosecutors-aim-to-get-firms-to-turn-themselves-in
Justices Say Bankruptcy Can’t Erase Debt From Others’ Fraud (1) - https://news.bloomberglaw.com/bankruptcy-law/supreme-court-says-bankruptcy-cant-erase-debt-from-others-fraud
As Attention on AI Increases, California Ramps Up Oversight - https://news.bloomberglaw.com/tech-and-telecom-law/as-attention-on-ai-increases-california-ramps-up-oversight
NBA Top Shot Moments NFTs Appear to Be Securities, Judge Says https://news.bloombergtax.com/crypto/nba-top-shot-nfts-are-securities-judge-says-in-landmark-case
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