Join us for a fascinating discussion of blockchains, the blockchain business model and the legal ramifications surrounding blockchain technology.
Mira Ganor joined the Faculty of Law at the University of Texas in 2008. His specialties include Commercial Associations; Corporate Law, Finance, Values and Reorganization; and economics and the law. His studies and interests cover a wide range: corporate governance, management behavior patterns, dismantling stepped boards, to name a few. The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation has presented invited publications on its work in The Power to Issue Stock and on agency costs in the era of the economic crisis.
Brian Hall is a member of Traverse Legal, PLC and managing partner of his office in Austin, Texas, and does business as Hall Law. He has represented technology startups, business Internet companies and brand owners around the world with their topics of Intellectual Property, Technology and Internet Law, including in litigation and transactional matters. Brian has served as an external technology consultant, including as an intern in a commission position, for WPEngine, Inc., based in Austin, Texas, and also as external general counsel for other public and private companies.
Brian Konradi is an international corporate lawyer with nearly twenty years of experience in complex and international transactions in the US. UU., Europe and several extraterritorial jurisdictions. He was a partner of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP and Bass Berry & Sims PLC for several years before joining DLA Piper's Moscow office as a partner in 2008. Brian Konradi is currently the CEO of Incremint.io, which supports growth and the development of the initial market of the Currency Offering by better aligning the interests of issuers and symbolic buyers, mitigating risks and encouraging openness and transparency through Blockchain block deposit solutions.
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