Blockchain, also known as distributed ledger technology, promises to be a game changer for many aspects of our economy. Without question, legal and regulatory hurdles related to it are on the horizon. Therefore, you must be aware of how to advise your clients as well as be prepared to handle disputes involving blockchain-based technologies and assets.
Join us for this 90-minute webinar where we'll cover the following learning objectives:
Ways to advise on the legal and governance issues arising from blockchain implementation
The importance of keeping abreast with the evolving practice of law and technology
Explore business, technology, governance, and legal use cases
Smart contracts - the impact, benefits and vulnerabilities
Blockchain explained: What's the big deal?
How blockchain operates and the potential uses
The fundamentals of decentralized computing and blockchain
Ways blockchain is used in crypto-currency, including Bitcoin and Ethereum
Key considerations when advising clients on blockchain
Tactics to address legal issues, disputes and policy positions by regulators
Discover advantages and challenges from legal blockchain use cases
Strategies to mitigate risk and compliance considerations
The boon of blockchain: The future is now - get your foot in the door
Where blockchain may soon impact you: probate, divorce, validation of identity and more
Reasonable and practical approaches for maintaining awareness of legal developments
Smart contracting and the large changes that are likely to happen over time
Interactive Q&A Session - Have your blockchain questions answered live!
About The Speaker
In a parallel career, he is an Entrepreneur/Technologist for architectural and software development firms. He has a Master's degree in Computer Science and has architecture and development experience in cloud computing, blockchain, IOT, cyber security, banking, financial, manufacturing, healthcare and legal applications.
He is the author of McGraw Hills's "Blockchain: A Practical Guide to Developing Business, Law, and Technology Solutions" as well as 10 other internationally published books on software development covering the Blockchain, Java, SQL and related technologies.
He is the co-chair of the New York County Lawyers Association Law and Technology Committee. Mr. Bambara is a frequent speaker on legal cloud computing issues and has taught courses on all aspects of the law and enterprise and mobile development in cities worldwide.
Blockchain is way ahead of the law. Don't let it get ahead of you. Join us for this interactive 90-minute CLE webinar, for an in-depth understanding of how blockchain and the evolving legal framework that governs blockchain's use (and misuse). Open yourself up to a whole range of other types of business for your firm and remain relevant in the digital age.