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A webinar update on the latest legal and regulatory changes in crypto

A webinar update on the latest legal and regulatory changes in the space. Including speakers from Collyer Bristow, Fideres and Crypto UK.

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In this webinar, recorded live in May 2020, we discuss the latest legal and regulatory changes in the crypto space, including the Law Tech Delivery Panel’s Legal Statement on Crypto Assets and Smart Contracts, and Crypto Currency manipulation.

As well as speakers Nigel Brahams and Imogen Jones from Collyer Bristow, this webinar  is chaired by Ian Taylor of CryptoUK, the UK’s self-regulatory trade association representing the cryptoasset sector, and also features Max Theiler of Fideres, a leading provider of economic analysis to competition regulators, law firms and their clients, from preliminary investigation to expert testimony.

This online event was held in conjunction with We Are Fintech, a network of entrepreneurs working in Fintech that inspire others through talks & interactive sessions, supporting their ambitions to start their own business ventures.

Disclaimer: This content is provided for general information only and does not constitute legal or other professional advice. Appropriate legal or other professional opinion should be taken before taking or omitting to take any action in respect of any specific problem. Collyer Bristow LLP accepts no liability for any loss or damage which may arise from reliance on information contained in this material.

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    • A webinar update on the latest legal and regulatory changes in crypto

      A webinar from Collyer Bristow, Fideres and Crypto UK.

      Published 27 May 2020

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    In this webinar, recorded live in May 2020, we discuss the latest legal and regulatory changes in the crypto space, including the Law Tech Delivery Panel’s Legal Statement on Crypto Assets and Smart Contracts, and Crypto Currency manipulation.

    As well as speakers Nigel Brahams and Imogen Jones from Collyer Bristow, this webinar  is chaired by Ian Taylor of CryptoUK, the UK’s self-regulatory trade association representing the cryptoasset sector, and also features Max Theiler of Fideres, a leading provider of economic analysis to competition regulators, law firms and their clients, from preliminary investigation to expert testimony.

    This online event was held in conjunction with We Are Fintech, a network of entrepreneurs working in Fintech that inspire others through talks & interactive sessions, supporting their ambitions to start their own business ventures.

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