July 29, 2021
I Want My NFT: A Primer on Non-Fungible Tokens & Related Legal Issues
Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), the latest cryptographic craze, have exploded into the world of media and entertainment, creating new markets and opportunities for advertisers, agencies, artists, investors and consumers. As the once obscure technology gains mass appeal and evolves into a mainstay of popular culture, companies and individuals are racing to jump aboard the NFT train, exploring whether and how they can leverage NFTs to connect with consumers, extract new value from existing and newly created intellectual property, and generate new revenue streams.
Frankfurt Kurnit partners Jeremy Goldman and Hannah Taylor have been at the forefront of these issues, helping clients of all kind on their token drops, platforms and projects. In this program, they will cover everything from what NFTs are and how they work, to the complex legal issues raised by this innovative technology. Topics include:
- -issue spotting and strategic counseling
- -rights clearance and other intellectual property issues
- -selecting appropriate blockchain technology and marketplace partners
- -monetization strategies and structures
- -agreements between creators, rights owners and marketplaces
- -consumer protection, and other compliance issues
- -and much more!
1 California General Participatory Credit
1 New York Professional Practice Credit
Jeremy Goldman, Partner – Blockchain Technology, Litigation, Intellectual Property, and Technology & Digital Media Groups
Hannah Taylor, Partner – Blockchain Technology, Technology & Digital Media, and Advertising Groups
Date: Thursday, July 29th, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST
*This program has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the California MCLE Board for a maximum of 1.0 General Participatory Credit. (Note: The content of this course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys (non-transitional and transitional)).
**This program has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for a maximum of 1.0 credit hours in Areas of Professional Practice. (Note: The content of this course is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys (non-transitional and transitional)).