By Alon Harnoy, Esq. and Hen Feder, Esq. Initial Coin Offerings or Token Offerings (commonly known as “ICOs”) became an increasingly popular means of raising capital in 2017 and 2018, with [...]
US Congress Finally Passes SAFE Banking Act: Safe Harbor for Financial Institutions Working with Cannabis Related Industries
By Alon Harnoy, Esq. and Adam Valko, Esq. On September 25, 2019, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a historic bill: H.R. 595, the first marijuana reform bill to pass out of the chamber. [...]
By Alon Harnoy, Esq. and Adam Valko, Esq. In 2012, President Obama signed a treaty which would ultimately set the stage for the extension of the E-2 visa to Israeli citizens. However, this [...]
By Alon Harnoy, Esq., Adam Valko, Associate, and John Michael Dieng, Intern With the introduction and increasing popularity of digital cryptocurrencies (whether Bitcoin or other [...]
Shiboleth LLP is Proud to Announce Its Selection as the Winner of the 2019 Risk Strategies Marketing Award
Shiboleth LLP is honored to have been selected as the Winner of the 2019 Risk Strategies Award in the Category of Marketing. Thank you Uri Gutfreund and Risk Strategies for this nomination and a [...]
Trump’s Nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court: Is this the end of Abortion Rights and Same Sex Marriage?
By Alon Harnoy, Esq. and Maxine Wiesenfeld, Intern On July 9, 2018, President Donald Trump announced his nominee selection for the vacant seat in the Supreme Court, which recently became open [...]
Will The Recent Masterpiece Cakeshop v Colorado Civil Rights Commission Have a Lasting Impact on Future Cases Involving LGBTQ Rights?
By Alon Harnoy, Esq. and Maxine Wiesenfeld, Intern On June 4th, 2018 The United States Supreme Court came to a 7-2 decision that made some raise their eyebrows. The decision was in favor of Jack [...]
By Hon. Martin E. Ritholtz & Alon Harnoy, Esq. July 9, 2018 ORIGINS The importance of confidentiality can be traced all the way back to the saged advice of King Solomon in Proverbs [...]
A Guide to Serving Process by Mail on Defendants Located Outside of the U.S. Pursuant to the Hague Service Convention
By Hon. Martin E Ritholtz, Daniel S. Goldstein, Esq. and Joshua Levin-Epstein, Esq. In a rapidly changing and interconnected world, legal problems without passports proliferate and increasingly [...]