You should all understand crypto, lawyers told
2nd November 2022
Lawyers in all sectors should arm themselves with a basic understanding of cryptoassets, practitioners have told the largest international gathering of the profession.
Addressing a session on digital assets and blockchain technology at the International Bar Association conference this week, Brown Rudnick partner Jane Colston Elliott said the volume of litigation in the sector is expected to increase massively as jurisdictions introduce new regulations. This was despite the so-called ‘crypto winter’ which has seen a downturn in the value of crypto products such as bitcoin.
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