Blockchain Event at the Center for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law

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Blockchain technology is taking the world by storm. From banking to health care, many tout blockchain as a cure-all. Others think blockchain will make matters worse. In between are those who see practical applications but caution on addictive use.

In this presentation, Ryan E. Long, will provide an overview of blockchain: technology and associated digital currencies; practical applications, particularly in the health and life sciences; and issues associated with the technology and its open source methods. Attendees will gain an understanding of blockchain and the debate over its use.

Ryan E. Long is a Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society non-resident fellow and a cooperating attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation in San Francisco. Ryan E. Long represents technology, media, and design clients with their intellectual property, litigation, and related corporate matters. Previously, he was a litigator with the New York City office of Milberg LLP, among others. When he isn’t lawyering, Ryan writes satirical crime thrillers, teaches, swims, hikes, and tries to cook like a Danish chef.

Time: 26 February 2018, 15:00-17:00

Venue: Meeting box. 2nd floor, room 7A-2-04, Njalsgade 76, DK-2300 Copenhagen S

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Registration deadline: 21 February 2018 12:00.

All other inquiries concerning the conference should be addressed to Rikke Hjort, at rikke.hjort@jur.ku.dk