When: Wednesday, November 17, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM
MCLE: 1 Hour General
Description: Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), the latest rage in blockchain technology, have burst into the entertainment and media space, creating new markets and opportunities for artists, musicians, sports stars, brands, technology platforms, investors, and consumers. NFTs raise a profusion of novel legal questions involving intellectual property, advertising, consumer protection, and regulatory matters.
This program will explore some of the basic questions and fascinating legal issues raised by NFTs. What are NFTs and why do they have value? How are they being used in the marketplace, and who are the major players? How do NFTs fit into the cryptocurrency and blockchain landscape? What IP or other rights are needed to “mint” an NFT? What are the rights of an NFT owner? How do you enforce contractual terms associated with an NFT? Will NFTs generate litigation? How do you protect clients from the risks associated with NFT transactions?
Speaker: Jeremy S. Goldman
Jeremy Goldman is a partner at Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC in Los Angeles. He practices in the media,
entertainment, and technology industries, with a focus on counseling clients about and litigating copyright, trademark, talent, contract, privacy, and IP-adjacent matters. Jeremy calls on his deep understanding of computers and the internet to advise clients on cutting-edge questions at the intersection of intellectual property and technology. Recognized by legal news website Above the Law as an “IP NFT Pioneer,” he represents both platforms and creators in this rapidly developing field.
Price: $10/Members; $15/Non-members
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