A roundtable discussion among experts was held on 14 May 2021, which addressed the potential and challenges of dispute resolution for blockchain-based transactions.
This was the fourth event in the inaugural series organized by the SVAMC Initiative on Arbitration, Mediation and Blockchain-based Transactions.
The event featured the following speakers:
Sophie Nappert, 3VB (London)
David Mcilwaine, Pinsent Masons (London)
Shreyas Jayasimha, Aarna Law (Bangalore)
Tilman Niedermaier, CMS (Munich)
Jennifer Stolp, White & Case (Johannesburg)
Crenguta Leaua, LDDP & SVMAC (Bucharest)
Manuel A. Gomez, FIU Law & SVAMC (Miami)
The webinar addressed issues including the anonymity of blockchain transactions, the implementation of blockchain transactions into traditional law, trust in international operations and the blockchain department – its transparency and integrity, and contentious issues regarding the concept of cryptocurrency assets as property.
The Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center (SVAMC) serves the global technology sector by promoting practical solutions to business disputes.
SVAMC partners with leading technology companies, law firms, ADR institutions, and universities in Silicon Valley and around the world to provide educational programs and related resources on efficient and effective technology dispute resolution.