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February 2022

Will the Gig Economy Work for Executives?

February 7, 2022 by Charles Ellis Bush II, Partner
In such a competitive hiring market, many employers are learning that they can recruit and hire fractional executives who can bring efficiency and experience for a cost much less than that of a full-time executive.

Proposed Indiana Law Would Prohibit Regulations "More Stringent" Than Federal Regulations

February 7, 2022 by Louie Jorczak , Partner

EPA Seeks Small Business Input on PFAS Reporting and Recordkeeping under TSCA

February 3, 2022 by Freedom S.N. Smith, Partner
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), also known as forever chemicals, are constantly in the news as PFAS are widely used, long lasting chemicals, components of which break down very slowly over time. In acknowledgement of this reality, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a PFAS strategic roadmap strategy for addressing PFAS issues.  

Real Estate for Breakfast Podcast | Metaverse Real Estate with Colin Laitner of Metis Capital

February 2, 2022 by Phillip N. Coover, Partner
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover is joined by his good friend, Colin Laitner, principal of Metis Capital, and General Counsel of Deeter Investments, based in Austin, Texas. During an engaging discussion, Phil and Colin examine the topic of Metaverse real estate – what it is, how it works and its' extrinsic value. 

Green for the Urban Core: USDA Announces New Committee

February 2, 2022 by Freedom S.N. Smith, Partner
As Black History Month kicked off, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) introduced its inaugural committee on Urban Agriculture.

How Secured Lenders Can Protect Their Interests When Dealing with Non-Fungible Tokens and Cryptocurrency

As we enter 2022, lenders should take time to familiarize themselves with digital assets—specifically, non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) and cryptocurrency. As of today, more than 30 public companies hold cryptocurrency on their balance sheets, and big brands such as Visa and Adidas have each purchased NFTs worth more than $100,000. With the value of digital assets increasing, borrowers may seek to pledge NFTs and cryptocurrency as collateral. In this alert, we explore how secured lenders may protect their security interests in this novel form of property.

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