Crypto, Blockchain & Legal Challenges [PODCAST] – Chetan Phull
Welcome to Law 2.0, a podcast series where we talk to individuals looking to change the legal services and regulatory sector.
In this episode we speak to Chetan Phull, founder of Smartblock Law Professional Corporation, a law firm in Toronto focused in blockchain, cryptocurrency, IT contracts and litigation. Smartblock Law services public companies, SMEs, startups, and high net-worth crypto holders, providing legal advice on blockchain and cryptocurrency, data privacy and cybersecurity as well as legal management of multi-jurisdictional operations. Chetan is an international speaker on cross-border legal management of blockchain operations. He has given blockchain law seminars for the Ontario Bar Association and Dubai government.
Specifically, Chetan speaks to us about:
- the regulatory challenges facing structuring blockchain strategies;
- offers practical tips on how to approach compliance risk for the sector; and
- the direction he believes policy needs to take to help facilitate innovation.
Smartblock Law Professional Corporation website at https://www.smartblocklaw.com/
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