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Blockchain & Digital Assets: 2020 Trends and Developments in the Regulatory, Legislative and Enforcement Landscape

1h 4m

Created on November 05, 2020




Presented by attorneys Antonia Savaria of Atlantia Advisers and Caroline A. Morgan of Culhane Meadows PLLC, this one-hour program is designed to provide an overview of the legislative and regulatory developments related to FinTech, blockchain, and digital assets in 2020 with highlights from the regulatory response to the 2017 Initial Public Offerings (ICOs) bubble. Practitioners will learn how regulatory agencies such as the SEC, OCC, FDIC, and select state regulators respond to innovation in blockchain and disruptive technologies vis-à-vis established securities and banking laws and regulations, and the US crypto-related enforcement actions and lawsuits that have an effect on the blockchain ecosystem beyond the borders of the US. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Analyze legislative efforts related to blockchain and digital assets with a discussion on 2020 developments
  2. Examine blockchain, crypto and digital assets regulatory developments on a federal level, including the SEC, and select state level, including New York, California, Delaware, Wyoming, and Arizona
  3. Discuss recent enforcement cases and crypto-litigation and the key takeaways

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