A new type of legal contract
Using blockchain technology, smart contracts rely on computers to automatically enforce the rules and penalties of an agreement. While many have predicted that they will undermine the need for lawyers (while also opening new avenues for aggrieved parties to sue), smart contracts are already being used to transfer properties, purchase goods, and wire funds.
Is your firm ready to write and argue the intricacies of a smart contract?
Join Joshua Lenon, Clio’s Lawyer in Residence, and Amy Wan, Esq., Founder of Sagewise and author of the Bloomberg Law guide on Initial Coin Offerings and the LexisNexis Private Equity Practice Guide, as they explore how smart contracts will affect the future of legal practice.
In this free, 1-hour webinar, you’ll learn about:
- How smart contracts differ from traditional contracts
- Strengths and weaknesses of smart contracts
- How to help clients with their smart contracts
- What happens when a smart contract is in dispute