Blockchained Embodiments: Where NFTs and IP Law Collide CLE - In Person & Webinar [1 Hour of CLE Credit]
The latest craze around blockchain technology has caught the eyes of artists and investors, alike. The new(ish) application, known as non-fungible tokens (or "NFTs" for short), creates certified digital assets that are linked to specific creative works and recorded on a distributed ledger. This application creates digital assets that can be bought and sold using online marketplaces. NFTs marketplaces have exploded recently, with some NFT transactions closing for millions of dollars. But, this new form of "property" raises an important question: what exactly does a NFT holder own and how do its rights interact with traditional forms of intellectual property? This presentation will address this question and other fascinating topics around NFTs and how they fit in the legal system. So, whether you want to advise clients on this new technology, invest yourself, or just learn about what a Cryptokitty is, join us and the NOBA community for a fun talk on NFTs and IP law.
Lesli D. Harris, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP, Entertainment/Intellectual Property Law Committee Chair
Parker N. Smith, CoreServe Legal, LLC, Technology Law Committee Chair
Tuesday, September 28, 2021
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
650 Poydras Street, Suite 1505
New Orleans, LA 70130
Live Zoom Webinar
1 hour of CLE credit
Free for members of NOBA's Entertainment/IP Law and Technology Law Committees
NOBA member discount (in person/boxed lunch included): $35.00
NOBA member discount (Zoom Webinar): $20.00
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NOBA Technology Committee Members email Briana Nelms to register (In person/boxed lunch included or Zoom CLE)
NOBA members can email Briana Nelms to join the NOBA Entertainment/IP Law Committee or the NOBA Technology Law Committee
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Please note our updated cancellation policy: Payment is expected before the start of programs in order to attend. Cancellations must be received in writing two days in advance in order to receive a refund. No shows are not eligible for refunds and will be charged for the program, plus an administrative billing fee.