Crypto Disputes Round-Up – April 2023
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TDN's latest podcast is a pacey rundown on the state of play in crypto litigation.   Sam Roberts of Cooke, Young & Keidan is joined by Sam Goodman of Twenty Essex, Helen Pugh of Outer Temple Chambers and Nicola McKinney of Quillon Law to tackle the following hot topics:   The latest on injunctions, Persons Unknown cases, service out of the jurisdiction and enforcement (spoiler alert: Sam Goodman talks about his own cases) Everything else going on in crypto litigation (Helen covers a lot of ground)... ... and a quick rundown by Nicola on the various cases involving Craig Wri ..read more
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A Practical Guide to Cyber Fraud Litigation - Matt McGhee & Sam Roberts discuss the 2nd edition of Matt's book
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1y ago
TDN's latest podcast is a discussion between Sam Roberts of Cooke, Young & Keidan and Matt McGhee of Twenty Essex about the second edition of Matt’s book, A Practical Guide to Cyber Fraud Litigation.   In this unscripted conversation, Sam and Matt cover:  The new service gateways and whether the distinction between Bankers Trust and Norwich Pharmacal orders is now a thing of the past Why victims of fraud are increasingly looking to “recover their chickens” from financial institutions caught up in the fraud The key practical differences between crypto and non-crypto cyber fraud c ..read more
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Crypto & career advice – an interview with Stephen Houseman QC
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1y ago
TDN's latest podcast is a discussion between Sam Roberts of Cooke, Young & Keidan and Stephen Houseman QC of Essex Court Chambers, who, sitting as a Deputy Judge of the London Circuit Commercial Court, gave judgment on the recent crypto case, Wang v Darby. In this unscripted conversation, Sam and Stephen cover:  Stephen's career and current area of focus in his commercial practice Tips for aspiring advocates in the dark art of persuading judges, from the perspective of someone who has seen both sides Whether Wang v Darby was a true crypto case, or just a case involving crypto What t ..read more
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Blockchains and the Limits of Ownership - Michael Jacobs of Locke Lord
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2y ago
TDN's latest podcast is a discussion between Sam Roberts of Cooke, Young & Keidan and Michael Jacobs of Locke Lord on the extent to which the law is still a useful guide to interpreting issues like ownership and possession on the blockchain.  In this unscripted conversation, Sam and Michael cover:  What a recent example of blockchain performance art has to say about ownership on the blockchain Whether buyers of NFTs ought to read the codified 'small print' of smart contracts The possible uses of smart contracts for evading enforcement and tax evasion  Practical tips to avo ..read more
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Lizzie Williams of Harbottle & Lewis – When Smart Contracts and the Law Collide
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2y ago
TDN's latest podcast is a discussion between Sam Roberts of Cooke, Young & Keidan and Lizzie Williams of Harbottle & Lewis on the intersection between smart contracts and the law.  In this unscripted interview, Sam and Lizzie cover:    Whether “code is law” or whether the law has the final word Flash loans, recent flash loan ‘attacks’ and whether victims might have any recourse Mistake in the context of smart contracts and whether the conclusions of the Singaporean courts in B2C2 Ltd v Quoine might be applied here  Remedies and practical issues in smart contract d ..read more
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Examining the Issues of the Wirecard Accounting Scandal - Sam Roberts of Cooke Young & Keidan
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2y ago
We are very pleased to welcome Sam Roberts of Cooke, Young & Keidan, to present the fifth episode of the Tech Dispute Network’s ‘Need to Know Basis’ podcast series on the issue of the Wirecard accounting scandal. You can find the podcast here: https://disputes.tech/podcasts/ This series of podcasts aims to provide the key points on the most important cases and developments with a tech angle via short, digestible podcasts, presented by the leading experts in the field. You can find the podcasts at disputes.tech, as well as on Spotify and iTunes.  Wirecard, once a darling of the Fintech ..read more
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The Legal Relationship between Cryptoasset Investors and Intermediaries - Andrew Spink QC and Hin Liu
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2y ago
This podcast is about the topical question of the legal basis on which cryptoassets are held on behalf of investors by intermediaries, such as exchanges.  It seems like everyone is a cryptoasset investor these days. The surging value of Bitcoin, increased legitimacy leant to the sector by the recommendations from established institutions, and the long hours the world has spent in front of its laptop without alternative distracton has created a booming market for digital assets, which has expanded beyond cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and led to mainstream adoption of formally niche pro ..read more
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Lawtech 'IRL' : Automated Chronologies - Sophie Broch
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2y ago
This week’s podcast is about is about one of the many ways in which AI is changing the way in which disputes lawyers work. Automated chronologies, which broadly means the process of automated classification, chronological ordering and intuitive presentation of matter-related documents, is a great illustrative example of how the much-hyped lawtech revolution is playing out in practice.  While the headlines often focus only on the distant and speculative potential of AI to in effect replace lawyers, the real-world reality is typically less grandiose, more helpful and, notwithstanding the au ..read more
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Explaining AI in a Personal Data Processing Context - Terence Bergin QC and Quentin Tannock
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2y ago
We are very pleased to welcome Terence Bergin QC and Quentin Tannock, both of 4 Pump Court, to present the fourth episode of the Tech Dispute Network’s ‘Need to Know Basis’ podcast series on the issue of explaining AI, with specific reference to processing personal data in light of recent guidance published by the Information Commissioner's Office on this issue. You can find the podcast here: https://disputes.tech/podcasts/ This series of podcasts aims to provide the key points on the most important cases and developments with a tech angle via short, digestible podcasts, presented by the leadi ..read more
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Triple Point Technology Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd - James Howells QC, Robert Fidoe and Matthew Walker
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2y ago
We are pleased to announce the latest podcast, which is on the topic of the recent Supreme Court decision in Triple Point Technology Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd [2021] UKSC 29. This was a much-publicised decision and may well be familiar to many TDN members. It was much anticipated in certain sectors, following a controversial decision in the Court of Appeal. The issues it decided were threefold: (1) whether an employer only has a right to liquidated damages if the contractor completes the works, or if liquidated damages are still payable if the employer terminates the contract before comple ..read more
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