“The circulation of confidence is better than the circulation of money.”
– James Madison (June 20, 1788)
Emerging in 2008, Blockchain technology is disrupting global industries including banking and finance. But we in the legal world largely know (and misunderstand) it only by perception of its flagship application: Bitcoin.
Join us as we go beyond Bitcoin to the underlying decentralized technology eliminating middlemen in every industry. We’ll examine the origins and evolution of Blockchain cryptography technology and its current and future applications in securities, insurance, real estate holdings, business contracts, and voting – both corporate and governmental. In entertainment law, we’ll examine, among other things, Blockchain’s vast intellectual property implications, including its ability to give artists greatly increased leverage and enhance control over their creations.
No prior experience with Blockchain needed! Bring your current understanding (or lack thereof) as we examine Smart Contracts and Initial Coin Offerings and how we can prepare our practices for the next generation of the internet: distributed ledger technology!
William S. Wenzel – Principal, The Law Offices of William S. Wenzel, APC
Jeff Monahan – Principal, Law Office of Jeff Monahan
Scott T. Brisbin, Esq. – General Counsel, Vechain
Parking at 241 No. Canon Drive
$0 – Members of todaplus & The Order of Distinguished Attorneys
$25 – BHBA Members who pay in advance*
$225 – Non-BHBA Members who pay in advance*
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Program Chair: William S. Wenzel, Esq. & Alexander Rufus-Isaacs, Esq.
Entertainment Law Section Senior Chair: Pierre B. Pine, Esq.
Vice Chair: David Albert Pierce, Esq.
* Advanced registration closes 24 hours prior to event time. Registrations received thereafter include a $25 additional fee. Full refund with 48 hours notice. Raincheck with 24 hours notice.
This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.5 Hours of Participatory MCLE Credit and the Beverly Hills Bar Association certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.
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