This panel will analyze the current regulation of crypto and blockchain technologies and discuss whether they are adequate in their present state or require adjustment. Panelists will discuss what role both lawyers and the tech industry will play in shaping this new landscape. The panel will bring together a prominent SEC commissioner, an attorney and author of “Digital Assets and Blockchain Technology: US Law and Regulation” a first of its kind text book for law and graduate students, the CEO of Luminous Group a blockchain technology, growth advisory, and risk management solutions company, and a University of Arkansas School of Law professor who has published three scholarly articles on cryptocurrency regulation and acted as faculty advisory for the Arkansas Law Review Symposium on crypto.
The agenda is available here.
Caroline Bradley, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for International and Graduate Programs at the University of Miami School of Law (Moderator)
Daniel Stabile, Partner at Shutts & Bowen LLP; Vice Chairperson of the Miami-Dade County Cryptocurrency Task Force; Adjunct Professor at the University of Miami School of Law
Carol Goforth, University Professor and the Clayton N. Little Professor of Law at the University of Arkansas School of Law
Hester Peirce, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Commissioner