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On December 15, 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law sweeping changes to New York’s General Obligations Law governing powers of attorney (“POA”). The new law is effective on June 14, 2021. The new law is intended to: 1) simplify the current POA form, which is prone to improper execution; 2) allow for the execution of a POA containing language that substantially conforms to the law, because the current law’s exact wording requirement is unduly…
I’m a relative latecomer to LinkedIn; I started posting regularly only a couple of years ago. I’ve struggled with LinkedIn, but I think I now understand, finally, what’s expected of me. Much of the conversation on LinkedIn is of a personal nature, involving people’s own experiences, plans, and hopes. But because LinkedIn is designed to […] The post LinkedIn Isn’t the Marketplace of Ideas appeared first on Adams on Contract Drafting.
by Steven Jacob Cryptocurrency’s Rise Cryptocurrency in Vietnam is problematic. For one thing, it’s illegal. But that’s not the full story nor does it promise to be the last word on the issue. Vietnam is a large market, the fifteenth-most populous country in the world, large enough to add considerable support to any product or […] The post Cryptocurrency in Vietnam appeared first on ‎Vietnamese Law Blog | Indochine Counsel.…

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