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Law360: 3 Lessons From A Crypto Mock Trial

Wednesday, February 27, 2019   (1 Comments)
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ACEDS apologizes to Bill Speros and Justin Steffen, Andrew Hinkes, Lisa Braganca, Christopher Veatch, Kashan Pathan, and Jimmie Zhang and Law360.  Bill recommended this wonderful article and we mistakenly attributed authorship to him.  We highly recommend reading the article and apologize for the confusion between authorship and recommendation. 

-Mary Mack, CEDS, CISSP, Executive Director, ACEDS

 

Extract from Justin Steffen, Andrew Hinkes, Lisa Braganca, Christopher Veatch, Kashan Pathan, and Jimmie Zhang's article "3 Lessons From A Crypto Mock Trial" posted by Law360

Law360 (February 22, 2019, 2:59 PM EST) -- We had each seen articles that wondered aloud whether blockchain ledger entries were admissible evidence in a court proceeding. With over 65 years of litigation experience combined, we too could envision...

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J. William Speros says...
Posted Friday, March 1, 2019
I recommend this article because it considers whether and how evidence of blockchain transactions may be admitted in court. It is an interesting and important question which the PerkinsCoie authors thoughtfully approach and clearly discuss. To be clear, I simply and strongly recommend this excellent article but had no involvement in its research or writing.

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