You have irrefutable proof of a blockchain transfer of bitcoin. But how do you get that blockchain transaction into evidence?  It is not as easy as you think.

The Chicago Bar Association Financial and Emerging Technologies Committee, FinTEx, ChicagoBlockchainProject, ChicagoBlockchain Center and the Loyola University School of Law present this live demonstration of how legal practitioners can navigate the rules of evidence with respect to blockchain ledger entries and crypto-assets.

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This is a FREE event, and CLE credit will be available to CBA members. Admission will be limited to the first 75 ticket holders.

Lisa Braganca: Former branch chief at the Chicago office of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement and founding member of Braganca Law LLC, where she recovers investor losses and represents financial professionals and cryptocurrency market participants in SEC and other regulatory matters.

Drew Hinkes: General counsel at AthenaBlockchain

Nelson Rosario: Founding member of Smolinski Rosario Law and adjunct professor at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, teaching Blockchain, Cryptocurrency and the Law.

Justin Steffen: Partner at Jenner& Block LLP, founder and chair of the CBA’s Financial and Emerging Technologies Committee and adjunct professor at Loyola School of Law, teaching FinTech and the Law.

Chris Veatch: Partner at Perkins Coie LLP and former chief of the National Security and Cyber crimes Section with the US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois (Chicago).