Join us for the FRB Blockchain & Digital Asset Summit 2022!
We are pleased to invite you to the first FRB Blockchain & Digital Asset Summit! Join FRB attorneys October 19-20 for this live virtual event as we explore the institutional adoption of digital assets as well as address key legal and regulatory challenges covering the full spectrum of digital assets.
It’s no secret that digital assets, cryptocurrency, and Web3 are revolutionizing 21st-century business models. Falcon Rappaport & Berkman LLP is a full-service law firm focused on keeping the firm and its clients ahead of the curve on cutting-edge technologies, including digital assets and cryptocurrency.
The two-day conference features six educational webinar sessions on the legal implications of digital assets and cryptocurrency for business owners, asset managers, and financial services professionals. Attend this event to hear from FRB’s attorneys in Web3, IP, Litigation, Corporate & Securities, Real Estate, and Taxation.
The FRB Blockchain & Digital Asset Summit webinar sessions include:
Wednesday, October 19th
10:00 am – 10:55 am | How to Run an NFT Project: A Legal Overview for Blockchain Businesses
12:00 pm – 12:55 pm | Crypto Litigation and Asset Recovery
2:00 pm – 2:55 pm | Decentralized Domain Names
Thursday, October 20th
10:00 am – 10:55 am | Estate Planning with Digital Assets
12:00 pm – 12:55 pm | Blockchain Investment Funds & DAOs
2:00 pm – 2:55 pm | The Intersection of NFTs & Intellectual Property
Following the webinars, there will be live Q&As with our panelists.
CLE credits are approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State CLE Board for a maximum of 6.0 transitional and non-transitional professional practice credits (1.0 CLE credit hour for each session).
Learn more and register here.
These webinars may be considered attorney advertising. These webinars are not presented for purposes of legal advice or for providing a legal opinion. Before any of the presenting attorneys can provide legal advice to any person or entity, and before an attorney-client relationship is formed, that attorney must have a signed fee agreement with a client setting forth the firm’s scope of representation and the fees that will be charged.