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China’s Communist Party China Publishes Blockchain Guide For Bureaucrats

Legal Gambling & The reports.. The publication was reported on 13 August in a media release on the CPC site. The book, ‘Blockchain – A guide for Officials’, covers numerous aspects of the budding technology which will provide advice to government authorities. Ye Hao, president of People’s Network has provided the following passage from … Read more

Wolters Kluwer VP & GM Legal Markets To Have His Say On Blockchain At ILTA Conference This Week

 Vice President and General Manager of Legal Markets and Innovation Dean Sonderegger will join thought leaders from Integra Ledger, IBM Watson Legal and BakerHostetler in a panel discussion around blockchain at the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) 41st Annual Educational Conference in National Harbor, Maryland from August 19-23. Sonderegger will join David Fisher, CEO of … Read more

The Center for Law, Science & Innovation (CLSI) at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University Joins the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium

The Center for Law, Science & Innovation (CLSI) at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University has  announced that they will be joining the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium along with more than 75 organizations, universities, law firms, and businesses. CLSI will work with the consortium on developing standards and governance structures … Read more

Law Firm Fieldfisher advises brokers Mirabaud Securities on crypto-mining service provider Argo Blockchain’s £25m IPO.

Fieldfisher corporate partner Anthony Brockbank advised Mirabaud Securities in their capacity as sole bookrunner and corporate broker to crypto-mining company Argo Blockchain PLC, which listed on the London Stock Exchange’s main market. Commenting on the transaction, Anthony Brockbank, Partner, Corporate at Fieldfisher, said: “The first standard listing of a crypto-mining service on the London Stock Exchange signifies … Read more

iComply Launches Public Beta to Deliver Legitimacy to Security Token Platforms and Exchanges

iComply offers patent-pending, automated, multi-jurisdictional compliance and record-keeping software for the issuance and secondary trading of security tokens. The company is actively partnering with cryptocurrency exchanges, token launch platforms, leading ICO advisors and law firms to bridge the existing regulatory gap. Here’s the press release in full.. VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — iComply … Read more

New Blockchain Law Firm Launches in New York, Fisher Cataliotti

Here’s the press release……In response to the increase in regulations and legal issues that commonly occur in the blockchain industry, Fisher Cataliotti P.C. formed in 2018 in New York City. The attorneys at the firm have a history of representing a variety of clients involved in the blockchain, AI, and cryptocurrency industries. Despite the small … Read more

Guest Post: Looking to the Future: Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, and Blockchain Technology

Thanks to  Catherine Metcalf for authoring this post for us..   It’s no secret that technology has changed significantly over the past few decades and is continuing to evolve. Three of these technologies – the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) – are particularly exciting to people across all industries.   Alone, … Read more

To Boldly Mark etc etc

The backdoor of trademark has revealed to fans what the new Star Trek series is to be called. Trademark Review has reported…. New Star Trek series name “revealed” in trademark application – According to the popular Trademark Ninja blog, the name of Patrick Stewart’s new Star Trek series may have been revealed in a recent … Read more

Copyright Bot Loses The Plot

Great report from about the Topple Track Bot although we have to say  we’re pretty pleased Ed Sheeran was a target ! reports Topple Track Bot Goes Berserk with Bogus DMCA Notices Source: Automation may be touted as a saving grace for the legal industry’s more mind-numbing tasks, but even robots make mistakes. Case in … Read more