We’ve all heard it—blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (DLT) are the next big thing. But what can we, as litigators, expect to encounter as these technologies continue to gain traction?

For the less tech savvy of us, imagine blockchains/DLT similarly to how you view the internet. The internet, for most of us, is an amorphous protocol that allows us to use our most essential day-to-day tools—like email, legal research, social media, etc. Similarly, blockchains and DLTs are record-keeping protocols upon which your clients are actively building software to enhance their businesses.

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