On June 11, 2018, Marashlian & Donahue’s Internet of Things and Connected Devices practice teamed up with Achievion Solutions to present a 90 minute webinar/workshop on blockchain technologies
and legal issues.
The webinar is an introductory session aimed at senior leadership teams & corporate counsels. The workshop provides a high level overview of blockchain technologies, applications and strategies, as well as legal issues that are all but certain to arise when companies seek to implement blockchain.
The blockchain implementation portion of the webinar provides critical information concerning the following topics:
- What is blockchain?
- The technologies behind blockchain
- What problems do blockchain implementations solve?
- How could blockchain disrupt your clients industries?
- What applications are in play or being developed?
- Key players and providers in the blockchain eco-system
- The state of the industry and markets
- ICOs and ICO regulation
- What does the future hold?
- How could blockchain be applied in your clients business
The legal segment focuses on helping attendees better understand what issues may arise when utilizing blockchain ensuring compliance with applicable regulations:
- Jurisdiction of Transactions
- Service Level Agreements
- Smart Contracts
- Liability for Technology Malfunctions
- Data Privacy & Security Regulations
- Equipment Authorization & Marketing
- Blockchain Due Diligence
Alex Jacome, Achieveon’s Chief Executive Officer, has over 10 years of experience building top notch software products. His contagious passion for elegant solutions drives the entire team to achieve perfection.
Peter Rogers, Achieveon’s Blockchain Practice Lead, is a highly accomplished high-tech executive with a distinguished 20-year career growing revenue, profits, and market share for both established and early-stage companies. Peter is now passionate about and fully focused on the fast growing market for blockchain applications and solutions.
Linda McReynolds is Of Counsel at Marashlian & Donahue practicing primarily in the areas of telecommunications and privacy law. Ms. McReynolds is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US). She counsels clients on issues arising under the Telecommunications Act and federal and state laws addressing privacy and data security.
Ronald E. Quirk is Head of Marashlian & Donahue’s Internet of Things & Connected Devices Practice Group. Mr. Quirk’s career spans more than 20 years, including several years at AMLAW 100 firms and the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”). He focuses his practice on a variety of legal and regulatory matters that are of particular importance to Internet of Things (“IoT”) businesses seeking to solidify and expand their markets.