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Impact of Covid-19 on the Practice of Law in India

Our webinar recordings are available in the ITechLaw member center under the Webinars Community.   
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Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Small Firms

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Technology as a facilitator to ADRs: the American and Brazilian experiences

Join us for a webinar to discuss Technology as a facilitator to ADRs. Our Speakers Felipe Frank and Luiz Krassuski will discuss the American and Brazilian experience. Felipe Frank will talk about e-arbitration and its core advantages, such as speed, accessibility and cost-effectiveness. Luiz Krassuski will summarize some concrete experiences in the United States and Brazil, confronting the legal framework and its challenges to be more broadly employed.

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Recent Cases That Could Impact Your Technology Practice (3rd Edition)

Thank you to Peter Ruby of Goodmans LLP. on an excellent webinar on Recent Cases That Could Impact Your Technology Practice 

Webinar recording and slides can be found on Member Center.

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Don’t Roll the Dice with Gambling in the U.S.

Thank you to Jim Gatto of Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP. on an excellent webinar on U.S. gambling laws.

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Fintech Regulation in the UK

The rapid rise of interest in blockchain is meaning more and more industries are looking for use cases for the technology to improve transparency, efficiency and speed. Yet as developments and uses of the technology increase, legislation is struggling to keep up. At Gowling WLG's roundtable discussing blockchain's impact on the financial services industry earlier this year, it was claimed that "There has been a huge global legislative force to get all derivatives trading onto the same playing field, so the blockchain concept is of enormous interest to that part of financial services."

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