Free Non-CLE Webinar on 3/20: Block Chain


Free Non-CLE Webinar on 3/20: Block Chain

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3/9/18 2:30 PM CT l Author: Lilah Bruton

On Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. EST, the Banking Law Committee will present a free non-CLE webinar entitled “Block Chain: When Technology Leaps Ahead of Law”.

The digital revolution is rapidly changing the world. Technology continues to evolve and disrupt faster and faster, outpacing existing laws and regulations. This webinar will cover the basics of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, including recent regulatory developments and taking and perfecting security interests in crypto-currencies.

Program Panelists:
Hugh McCullough, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Robin Nunn, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Hugh McCullough and Robin Nunn are Partners at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP.  Hugh McCullough is the deputy chair of the firm’s commercial-litigation group. He represents clients in connection with complex commercial litigation, secured transactions, and bankruptcies.  Robin Nunn is co-head of the Consumer Financial Services Supervision, Enforcement and Litigation group.  She represents clients in complex commercial, corporate, litigation and regulatory matters.


Registration for this event is not required.  Simply use the call-in information below to log in or dial-in 5 minutes before the meeting is set to begin.

Call-In Information

To join the online meeting (and add it to your calendar):

  1. Go to:  https://intercall.webex.com/intercall/j.php?MTID=m1f5439db101554254f697ffc4b224b30
  2. When requested, enter your name and email address.
  3. Click "Join".
  4. Provide your phone number when you join the meeting to receive a call back to participate in the audio portion of the webinar.

To join the audio only portion of the webinar, please use the following dial-in and conference code:

  1. Dial-in:  1 (866) 646-6488
  2. Conference Code:  626 278 1418

Program Materials and Past Programs

All recordings and materials from this program and previous programs are available for free for ABA members and can be found on the Banking Law Committee website.