New Podcast: The Technology of Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies with Judith Alison Lee of Gibson Dunn (Part 1)
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In the first part of our podcast on the technology behind blockchain and cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Joe Raczynski, a legal technologist and futurist for Thomson Reuters Legal, speaks with Judith Alison Lee, a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Co-Chair of the firm’s International Trade Practice Group.
Judith Alison Lee of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher
Among her other areas of expertise, Ms. Lee advises clients on issues relating to virtual and digital currencies and related blockchain technologies.
Judith Alison Lee also contributes original content outlining the legal landscape of blockchain technology and non-financial applications for distributed ledger technology for Thomson Reuters’ publication entitled Payment Systems and Electronic Fund Transfers Guide (Westlaw log-in required). This publication is part of Thomson Reuter’s new publishing initiative to provide customers with secondary source material as the law emerges. New documents are loaded to Westlaw on a rolling basis as received and content is updated quarterly.