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Insight Blockchain Resources

Blockchain Resources

Blockchain technology is a data structure that makes it possible to create a tamper-proof, distributed, peer-to-peer system of ledgers containing immutable, time-stamped, and cryptographically connected blocks of data. In practice this means that data can be written only once onto a ledger which is then read-only for every user.

Existing businesses, new market participants and investors from across all different sectors are turning to their in-house counsel and trusted advisors for guidance on how to take advantage of blockchain technology in order to maximize efficiency and boost profits across their operations and investments. This means that in-house counsel need to understand the basic building blocks underlying the emerging technology, to what extent it can be applied to their particular business and what legal challenges can present themselves in each of their scenarios.

With their indigenous expertise and innovative mindset, Lex Mundi member firms are uniquely positioned to assist clients in developing and implementing their own blockchain strategy.

For more information, contact:

Jenny Karlsson 1500Px

Jenny Karlsson Director, Global Markets / Head of Legal jkarlsson@lexmundi.com

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Lex Mundi Blockchain Whitepaper Series
In order to take advantage of blockchain technology to maximize efficiency and boost profits across operations, in-house counsel need to understand the basic building blocks underlying the emerging blockchain technology, to what extent it can be applied to their particular business and what legal challenges may present themselves.

The Lex Mundi Blockchain Whitepaper Series, developed by Lex Mundi member firm thought leaders from across the United States, is designed to provide in-house counsel and key stakeholders with a high-level introduction to the practical application of blockchain technology in specific practice areas and industries.

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Accepting Payment in Bitcoin: Considerations for Merchants

Contributed by:
Cheryl Aaron, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
Member firm for USA, Wisconsin

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Blockchain and Insurance

Contributed by:
Lucas Amodio and Patrick Kenny, Armstrong Teasdale LLP
Member firm for USA, Missouri

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Blockchain and Data Privacy

Contributed by:
Christopher Hart, Foley Hoag LLP
Member firm for USA, Massachusetts

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Financial Institutions and the Drive to Leverage Cryptocurrency

Contributed by:
Lauren Giles, Alston & Bird LLP
Member firm for USA, Georgia

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Supply Chain DLT and Token Legal Considerations

Contributed By:
John Levonick and Todd Kornfeld, Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP
Member firm for USA, Pennsylvania

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Bitcoin, ICOs and the IRS -- U.S. Tax Issues

Contributed by:
Brian Harris, Akerman LLP
Member firm for USA, Florida

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Blockchain and Real Property Recording

Contributed by:
William O. Moon and William H. Hoch, Crowe & Dunlevy
Member firm for USA, Oklahoma

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Estate Planning for Cryptocurrency Doesn’t Need to be Cryptic

Contributed by:
Steffi Gascón Hafen, Snell & Wilmer 
Member firm for USA, Arizona

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Minimizing Litigation Risk for Crypto and Blockchain Companies

Contributed by:
Jason Bradford, Jenner & Block LLP
Member firm for USA, Illinois

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Transforming the U.S. Healthcare Industry with Blockchain Technology

Contributed by:
F. Dario de Martino, Spencer D. Klein, Julie O’Neil, Yiyang Huang, Lee Nisson and Mary Race, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Member firm for USA, California