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LJN Webinar Series: Intellectual Property - Counseling the NFT Client: A Practical Guide to Legal and Business Issues


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: December 08, 2022
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Agenda

  • NFT Overview
  • Fanlink case study
  • Operational Concerns
  • Third-Party Stakeholders
  • Regulatory Issues
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: December 8, 2022

For NY - Difficulty Level: For experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

Description

The NFT marketplace has exploded as commercial entities and consumers alike see NFTs as marketing tools, investment strategies, and business drivers. In this Studio Briefing, we will look at a hypothetical NFT startup and its business model. Our panel will issue-spot legal and business issues to help guide lawyers counseling NFT clients on operational, third-party stakeholder, and regulatory concerns.

This program was recorded on December 8th, 2022 as part of Law Journal Newsletter's Webinar Series.

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Panelists

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Howard Shire

Editor-in-Chief
The Intellectual Property Strategist

Howard Shire is Editor-in-Chief of The Intellectual Property Strategist and a Partner in the New York office of Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP.

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Aaron P. Krowne, Esq.

Principal Attorney
Krowne Law

Prior to entering the practice of law, Mr. Krowne was a serial online entrepreneur and worked as a software developer and data scientist. A number of his ventures and activities from this period attained widespread recognition and acclaim. In addition to a Juris Doctorate, he holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. He is certified in privacy law, and has a full legal academy background in intellectual property law (i.e., copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and patents). Today he enjoys providing everyday client-focused legal counsel and advisory to those working in many areas of business and technology (including the up-and-coming area of blockchain and cryptocurrency). He retains an entrepreneurial spirit, and likes to stay involved in the startup and small businesses scene—including through family efforts.

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Christine Lawton, Esq.

General Counsel
Wenew, Inc.

Christine Lawton, Esq., is a leading media and entertainment transactional attorney and business advisor. She is General Counsel of Wenew, Inc., and provides day-to-day business, legal and operational advice, and is responsible for first-of-a-kind, highly-tailored agreements with strategic partners to create new consumer experiences by connecting the worlds of finance, payments, cryptocurrency and blockchain with iconic digital media, music, art and brands.

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Kyle-Beth Hilfer, Esq.

Principal Attorney
Hilfer Law

Kyle-Beth Hilfer, Esq., is the principal attorney at Hilfer Law. She has over 30 years’ experience as an advertising/marketing and intellectual property law attorney.


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