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Decrypting Non-fungible Tokens 2022

Product ID: CA3352D
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

NFTs explained

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have taken the investing world by storm, creating new forms of revenue opportunities for businesses of all stripes. Almost anything that’s digital can be turned into an NFT, including art, music, and social media posts. NFTs are appealing because, like rare baseball cards or comic books, they have the potential to become more valuable in the future. 

As with any new technology, NFTs present numerous legal issues to consider and being aware of the potential risks associated with NFTs is crucial. At Decrypting Non-Fungible Tokens, Laura Ganoza and Andrew L. Lee will demystify the world of NFTs and address the array of unique problems that NFTs can present, including:

  • Potential securities violations
  • Anti-money laundering requirements and other financial regulatory issues
  • Novel intellectual property considerations
  • Challenging tax implications
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NFTs explained

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have taken the investing world by storm, creating new forms of revenue opportunities for businesses of all stripes. Almost anything that’s digital can be turned into an NFT, including art, music, and social media posts. NFTs are appealing because, like rare baseball cards or comic books, they have the potential to become more valuable in the future. 

As with any new technology, NFTs present numerous legal issues to consider and being aware of the potential risks associated with NFTs is crucial. At Decrypting Non-Fungible Tokens, Laura Ganoza and Andrew L. Lee will demystify the world of NFTs and address the array of unique problems that NFTs can present, including:

  • Potential securities violations
  • Anti-money laundering requirements and other financial regulatory issues
  • Novel intellectual property considerations
  • Challenging tax implications
Read More ↓

Andrew L. Lee helps to lead Foley & Lardner’s NFT Task Force and its Sports & Entertainment Group. Formerly the General Counsel of the New York Jets and of the NY/NJ Super Bowl Super Bowl Host Committee, Andy brings more than 25 years of experience in the sports, technology, media, and entertainment industries. 

Andy’s Web3 practice includes advising artists, musicians, and NFT platforms in connection with startups, partnerships, platform launches, NFT drops, commercial disputes, and securities law regulation. He has extensive experience both as a litigator and a transactional attorney, and he has handled complex cases and deals involving media rights, sponsorships, naming rights, intellectual property, music law, business formation, SEC and DOJ investigations, and more. 

Andy’s clients include the New York Jets, Milwaukee Bucks, Utah Jazz, Gary Vaynerchuck and his Vee Friends, Vayner Sports, Vayner Fund and other companies in the Web3 space as well as the sports and entertainment industries. Andy’s clients commonly rely on him as outside general counsel to act as a member of senior management and advise on legal aspects of day-to-day operational needs. Andy has spoken regularly about NFT-related issues, in live webinars and in person, including in connection with NFT.BZL 2021 and NFT.NYC 2022.

  • Understand what NFTs are, how they’re used, and how they’re obtained
  • Learn what an individual gets (and doesn’t get) when they buy an NFT
  • Identify legal analyses required when working with NFTs in specific areas of practice
  • Hear practical tips about how to advise clients on NFT-related matters
  • Intellectual property attorneys
  • Securities attorneys
  • Family law attorneys
  • Estate planning attorneys
  • New attorneys
  • General practitioners
  • Any attorney interested in learning about NFTs
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