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- Blog: ALTIUS BlogsInfluencer marketing: 5 tips for your influencer contractsPosted on January 13, 2022 by Influencer marketing is a form of marketing in which companies use the online influence and relevant knowledge of people called “influencers”. Influencers are present on one or more social networking platforms and have a community of subscribers who follow their content (posts, photos, videos, stories, etc.). Different actors play a role in influencer marketing: companies wishing to promote their products or services, influencers, advertising agencies, consumers, and of course the platforms that connect all these people. In this blog post, we present five tips that companies should keep in m...
- Blog: The Nickel ReportInterior Announces Environmental Review of Offshore Wind Leasing for the Gulf of MexicoPosted on January 12, 2022 by Jason A. Hill, Kerry L. McGrath and Andrew J. TurnerOn January 11, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced the beginning of a scoping period to prepare a draft environmental assessment (Draft EA) for the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) Call Area to assess potential impacts associated with offshore wind leasing. The area includes approximately 30 million acres of federal lands on the outer... The post Interior Announces Environmental Review of Offshore Wind Leasing for the Gulf of Mexico appeared first on The Nickel Report. Continue Reading
- Blog: Antitrust UpdateDistrict Court Rejects Intel’s Claims, but Leaves Door Open to Patent “Aggregation” Theories of Antitrust LiabilityPosted on October 18, 2021 by David Kleban, Jake Walter-WarnerLast month, we wrote a post on the patent “aggregation” suit Intel had filed against various entities affiliated with the investment firm Fortress. The post was timely; the next day, Judge Chen granted Fortress’s motion to dismiss with prejudice and entered judgment for the defendants. The opinion dismissing the action was sealed until October 7. The [...]
- Blog: Project Law BlogHashing out the Regulation of Cryptocurrency Mining in Alberta: A Look at
AUC’s Exemption and Self-Supply Criteria for Power Plants Under 10 MWPosted on September 20, 2021 by Shailaz Dhalla, Natasha SandersWhile the term “bitcoin” is a hot topic in Alberta in recent weeks, the physical operations, infrastructure and approvals required to operate a large-scale cryptocurrency operation is unknown to many. Cryptocurrency mining operations require large powerful processors that are used by miners to process and confirm the transaction of digital assets. Imagine a large ...