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Boxerman to Moderate Blockchain Panel at ABA 2019 Blockchain, Digital Currency and ICO National Institute

On April 26, 2019, Sanford J. Boxerman, Shareholder and Chair of Capes Sokol’s Digital Currency & Blockchain Technology Practice Group, will moderate a panel titled, “Blockchain Innovation and Opportunity,” at the American Bar Association (ABA) 2019 Blockchain, Digital Currency and ICO National Institute.

 

Program Description: Blockchain Innovation and Opportunity

Blockchains are expected to fundamentally transform finance, including global payments, as well as other industries like identity verification. This panel of companies, regulatory, and industry experts will discuss how that will happen and what types of future innovations and opportunities will and may be on the horizon.

 

About the Fifth ABA Blockchain, Digital Currency and ICO National Institute

The 2019 Blockchain, Digital Currency and ICO National Institute will take place on April 26, 2019, in New York City. This event gathers legal leaders in their respective fields, including government attorneys from the SEC and DOJ, general counsel at major companies in the space, and attorneys in private practice from around the country to discuss the interplay of the law and digital currencies and blockchains. The programming is dedicated to in-depth analysis of the emerging legal issues and the latest legal events concerning digital currencies, blockchains, and Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).

 

About Sanford J. Boxerman

Sandy Boxerman represents individuals and corporations in white collar criminal prosecutions, internal investigations and criminal and civil tax matters.  In addition to chairing Capes Sokol’s White Collar Criminal Defense and Internal Investigations practice group, Sandy is also the chair of Capes Sokol’s Digital Currency and Blockchain Technology practice group.

For more information about Sandy, visit his profile.

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