Professional member: £150.00
SCL IT Disputes Group Masterclass: Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Disputes - Tuesday 24 September 2019, London
Time: 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm (registration from 12.30 pm)
Chris Wray, Legal Counsel, Mattereum
David McIlwaine, Partner, Pinsent Masons
Matthew Lavy, 4 Pump Court
David Quest QC, 3VB
Session 1 - Problems with, and challenges for, businesses in the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency sector.
Session 2 - Overview of legal issues and likely causes of action and the appropriate dispute resolution mechanism to be adopted.
Session 3 - An examination of aspects of the UK Jurisdiction Taskforce’s legal statement regarding the status of cryptoassets, distributed ledger technology and smart contracts under English law,
Session 4 - Looking at further aspects of the legal statement
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