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Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation: Mastering Cryptos, Blockchain, and Digital Currency Law

Program Number: 2882 Presenter: Andrew Bull, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online is not available until after the program date **** Cryptocurrencies have expanded exponentially in the United States, creating substantial legal and regulatory issues. Navigating the regulatory is extremely complicated, and the framework changes constantly for businesses, governments, and individuals entering the industry. This comprehensive program will detail the different regulatory frameworks, what considerations are required, as well as a deeper look at the technology itself and the complications it poses to the law. This comprehensive program on blockchain law will introduce you to the most relevant issues and practical solutions, including Blockchain, public ledgers, cryptocurrencies, financial transactions, smart contracts, the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), best practices, and avoidance strategies. The faculty will also cover the changes and progress on the latest legal developments and future regulations.

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The Practical Guide to the California Consumer Privacy Protection Act

Program Number: 2868 Presenter: David A. Zetoony, Esq.

The California Consumer Privacy Protection Act of 2018 (“CPPA”) is arguably the most comprehensive - and complex - data privacy regulation in the United States. The CCPA was designed to emulate the European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) in many respects. The program will address how the CCPA is like, and how it differs from, the GDPR, and practical steps that companies should take to come into compliance with the regulation. The program’s presenter, a partner at the law firm of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, has been ranked by Lexology as the most read author on data privacy and security in the world, and is the author of the American Bar Association’s General Data Protection Regulation: Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions.

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When Quasi-Municipalities Go Bad: How Does It End?

Program Number: 2867 Presenter: Karol K. Denniston, Esq., Travis A. McRoberts, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online is not available until after the program date **** When municipal subsidiaries and affiliated entities “quasi-municipalities” are distressed, investors often awaken to unexpected litigation regarding whether the entity is a governmental unit or not. The answer to this question determines whether a court supervised restructuring can take place at all and whether it must be filed as a chapter 11 restructuring or as a chapter 9 municipal restructuring. When states do not permit governmental entities to file chapter 9, the default is often chapter 11 and the courts, over investor objections, have permitted chapter 11 restructurings to move forward. Assessing the risk that arises from uncertainty regarding whether and what bankruptcy proceedings can be used should be part of the investor’s underwriting process. In this webinar we will review the case law and talk about specific due diligence that should be

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All Good Things Come to an End: Preserving Value, Minimizing Liabilities and Taking Advantage of Opportunities During an Economic Downturn

Program Number: 2865 Presenter: Marc E. Hirschfield, Esq., Marc Skapof, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online is not available until after the program date **** A decade after the “Great Recession,” numerous indicators—some new, some old—point to the reemergence of troubled times in the near future. Regulators and investors have little to no visibility into the pools of hundreds of trillions of dollars of derivatives and other esoteric securities pegged to the debt markets; outstanding U.S. corporate debt exceeds $7.5 trillion; interest rates are on the rise; geopolitical uncertainty over trade policy and BREXIT contributes to market volatility and a wall of high yield debt is set to mature in 2019/2020. Against this backdrop, it would be fool hardy to assume the good times will never end; instead, prudence dictates preparing for the storm before it reaches shore. This program is designed to equip in-house and outside counsel alike with the knowledge

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Cryptocurrency Regulations: Past, Present, and Future

Program Number: 2840 Presenter: Zachary Kelman

Since the publication of the Satoshi Whitepaper in 2009 which launched the Bitcoin protocol, cryptocurrencies have begun reshaped the financial world. For the first time in human history, people can remotely transfer value across international boundaries without the need for any financial intermediaries. These financial intermediaries, however, are increasingly relied upon by regulators to self-police and to detect and report on information necessary for key regulatory and law enforcement functions. Over the past 9 years, regulators across the globe have tried many strategies - ranging from hands-off approaches to outright bans - in order to address this new reality and its implications on existing anti-money laundering, securities, and other regulatory systems. Mr. Kelman provides background on the areas of regulation which most directly affect cryptocurrencies, how they have evolved during this period, and where they appear to be headed in the coming years. Mr. Kelman drafted the Online Market Protection Act (OMPA)

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