Derivatives and Futures Law Committee Virtual Winter Meeting 2021
Murphy & McGonigle’s annual blockchain conference, CryptoLex, returns in virtual format to provide an early perspective on the upcoming year for cryptocurrency and blockchain. CryptoLex ’21 will take place on Tues., Jan. 12 (1:00 pm – 3:30 pm EST) and will include speakers from cryptocurrency companies, exchanges, legal and financial services.
As market momentum for bitcoin and blockchain continues to rise, CryptoLex will provide an in-depth look at the latest regulatory developments, litigation trends, and financial services adoption in the growing sector.
This is the fourth edition of CryptoLex, which was first conducted in 2018. The proprietary blockchain conference of Murphy & McGonigle, CryptoLex is conducted by Murphy & McGonigle’s FinTech & Blockchain Practice. To RSVP for CryptoLex, please contact Sarita Lavehim at Slavehim@mmlawus.com.
To view videos of the CryptoLex panels, please…
Panel #1 https://view.knowledgevision.com/presentation/2b011f73a9e64b00a7be0f87f1c57428
Panel #2 https://view.knowledgevision.com/presentation/bf1bc69f2d7d4608bb9056effa61b48a
Panel #3 https://view.knowledgevision.com/presentation/c9eab587db6e4e0a89bfc011df842a85
For the Conference schedule and featured speakers for CryptoLex ’21, please click on this link.
Members of Murphy & McGonigle’s Commodities, Futures & Derivatives Practice will have prominent speaking roles at the upcoming FIA Law & Compliance Division virtual conference.
Chairman James Murphy and shareholder Daniel Payne lead a CLE webinar, “PPP Litigation Impacting SBA Lenders.”
Matthew Comstock of our FinTech & Blockchain Practice will moderate the opening session of the Parallel blockchain series, “U.S. Competitiveness in Blockchain Technology” on Fri., May 29.
Parallel is a new, virtual series of seven blockchain and crypto episodes being conducted by the Chamber of Digital Commerce, of which Murphy & McGonigle is a member.
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