Security Concerns in Distributed Ledger Systems/Blockchain Technology

Blockchain, Crypto, & the Law: Decoded and in Practice

Friday, April 12, 2019

Wake Forest University Charlotte Center
200 N. College Street #150
Charlotte, NC 28202

This executive education program is designed specifically for attorneys and experienced nonattorney professionals seeking clarification of the blockchain and cryptocurrency space and its increasing relevance in the legal landscape. With a focus on application and comprehensive training, Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Raina Haque and nationally recognized expert practitioners will breakdown the jargon, providing a foundation in blockchain and cryptocurrency technology, so attendees can help their clients and companies mitigate risk and explore blockchain-related business opportunities. 

By attending Blockchain, Crypto, & the Law: Decoded & in Practice, participants will gain conversational proficiency, the knowledge to separate industry hype from reality, and the tools to:   

  • Provide guidance given a rapidly evolving regulatory landscape
  • Audit cryptocurrency transactions for compliance/investigation 
  • Perform due diligence on crypto ventures
  • Understand and address security concerns
  • Understand and avoid ethical pitfalls of practicing in this space
  • Identify tax issues and understand IRS enforcement

Other Speakers:

Raina Haque,
Anjlee Khurana
Zach Smolinski
Dashiell Shapiro
Rich Godfrey
Sara Weed

For more information about the event, please visit the event website or read the agenda.