Blockchain 2.0: 2021 Legal & Regulatory Developments by PLI
Blockchain 2.0: 2021 Legal & Regulatory Developments is a half-day program that will offer in-depth discussions about the evolving landscape of regulation for tokens and ICOs. PLI’s expert faculty will review enforcement actions related to blockchain technology, exchanges, advisors, broker-dealers, and investments, and explore potential taxation issues regarding blockchain. They will also analyze the implications of blockchain technology in other markets, such as healthcare and insurance, and how it will impact other legal issues, including jurisdiction and evidence. Rimon Partner Dror Futter will give opening remarks and speak on “Blockchain for the Enterprise: The Legal Issues to Consider”. Rimon Partner Marc Kaufman will speak on “Blockchain: Intellectual Property and Tax”.
The program will cover:
- The evolving landscape of regulation for tokens and ICOs
- An update on legislation and state enforcement actions relating to blockchain technology
- The legal issues that arise when blockchain-based solutions are deployed in the fintech, healthcare, insurance, and supply chain markets
- Intellectual Property and blockchain
- Tax implications of digital assets
This program is intended for in-house counsel, outside attorneys, and other professionals already familiar with the fundamentals of blockchain technology who are interested in a deeper dive into developing legal issues. Click here for more information or to register.
Dror Futter represents clients in a broad range of transactions, including: software licenses, SaaS Agreements, outsourcing agreements, development agreements, website terms and conditions, patent licenses, direct and indirect channel distribution agreements, services agreements, manufacturing agreements, and other supply chain agreements. Read more here.
Marc Kaufman concentrates his practice in the area of patent strategy, in particular, advising clients in protecting, managing and leveraging their intellectual property assets. He has also represented clients in defending against patent assertions in district courts and through post-grant administrative proceedings in the U.S. Patent Office. Mr. Kaufman has created structured procedures to secure and enforce intellectual property rights in a market-focused manner. Read more here.