As the chair of Jackson Walker’s Blockchain & Cryptoassets practice, Michael L. Laussade spoke with The Mid-Market Report about how he first got involved in blockchain and how this complex, technical area will impact transactions in the future.
“Initially, clients had a lot of securities law questions about blockchain and crypto, but over time that’s shifted into startups looking to deploy these technologies more broadly,” he said.
As companies deal with the economic uncertainty as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mike said, “Remote work and communication will continue to be important in 2021 and beyond. This will drive innovation across the technology spectrum to bolster solutions that enhance flexibility and security.”
To read more, view The Mid-Market Report article “New Year, New Legal Focus: The Impact of Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Law” (subscription required).