If you think you’re hearing more and more about blockchain and bitcoin, you’re probably right. Blockchain is even being discussed as having potential application in legal technology and electronic discovery. But, what exactly is it? How does it work? And, how do you need to be prepared to address it as a legal professional?
OK, I’ll be the first to admit it. Blockchain was something I didn’t really pay attention to for quite some time. But then Doug Austin asked me to do a webinar on it with him and I had to start doing my research, I’m still doing it but I think I’ve absorbed enough to talk intelligently on the subject and tomorrow is your chance to see if I’m correct.
The latest CloudNine Educational Webcast Series program Understanding Blockchain and its Impact on Legal Technology is tomorrow March 27, 2019 at noon CST (2:00 PM EST | 11:00 AM PST). This CLE-approved* webcast session will discuss, define and describe blockchain and how it can apply to legal technology and eDiscovery today and in the future.
• History of Blockchain and Bitcoin
• Defining Key Terms
• How Blockchain Works
• Advantages and Challenges of Blockchain
• Smart Contracts and Other Use Cases for Blockchain
• Impacts of Blockchain on Legal Technology and eDiscovery
• Is Blockchain Really as Secure as People Think?
• Future of Blockchain
• Resources for More Info
As always, your speakers are:
Doug Austin, Vice President of Products and Services for CloudNine.
Doug has over 30 years of experience providing legal technology consulting, technical project management and software development services to numerous commercial and government clients. Doug is also the editor of the CloudNine sponsored eDiscovery Daily blog, which is a trusted resource for eDiscovery news and analysis, and has received a JD Supra Readers Choice Award as the Top eDiscovery Author for 2017 and 2018.
Tom O’Connor: eDiscovery Expert and Special Consultant to CloudNine.
Tom is a nationally known consultant, speaker, and writer in the field of computerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is primarily in complex litigation matters.
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