cryptocurrency


  • Law is not a tournament

    Apr 29, 2019

    My favourite metaphor that I have ever heard to describe the law student experience from before law school to landing a job at a firm is from Peter Thiel, founder of eBay and one of the first investors in Facebook, famous for giving Mark Zuckerberg a cheque for US$500,000 and, according to legend, saying (in somewhat different words), “Don’t mess it up.”

  • Judge allows redactions on cryptocurrency disclosure in child support feud

    Judge allows redactions on cryptocurrency disclosure in child support feud

    Apr 22, 2019

    An Ontario judge says a father may provide redacted disclosures of his cryptocurrency assets in a child support dispute.

  • Are we ready for smart contracts?

    Apr 15, 2019

    The development of crypto-currencies, which use blockchain technology, has given rise to some pressing legal questions. These questions may seem relevant only to those who trade in crypto-currencies.

  • Decision confronts challenges in valuing Bitcoin

    Decision confronts challenges in valuing Bitcoin

    Sep 24, 2018

    A startup co-founder must post security for costs in cash of $50,000 to the court after an Ontario judge said there was “too much uncertainty” around the value of his company’s shares, including assets denominated in Bitcoin.

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