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New Webinar: Everything you need to know about cryptoassets (but were too afraid to ask)

Webinar to be broadcast live on Wednesday 1st April 2020.

  • Baffled by Bitcoin? Left cold by Libra? Ever heard of Ethereum?

    Well, fear not! David Chaplin (Bath Publishing, editor at Society of Computers and Law, former editor at Family Law Hub, founder of Family Law Week), Simon Forrester, software developer at Zehutti and Nicola Rowlings (family lawyer and PSL at Mills & Reeve) will answer all of your questions and more in this panel discussion looking at exactly what family lawyers need to know about cryptoassets – and, most importantly, why.

    The panel will look at:

    • What they are
    • How they work
    • How you buy them
    • Uncovering them
    • How they are valued and realised
    • How cryptoassets fit into financial proceedings

    Join them on 1st April for a guided tour through what you really need to know about this fast-growing and headline grabbing new world and leave better able to advise your clients.

News, published: 03/02/2020


Published: 03/02/2020


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