Vol. 1 Issue 1

Article

Jun 23, 2018
Given the IRS’s steady shift to a more holistic tax enforcement approach, the Author believes that the IRS is likely to take a broad-based approach to cryptocurrency tax enforcement.

Essays

by Jeffery Atik, Professor at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and George Gerro, JD, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
Jun 23, 2018Updated: Jul 28, 2018
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Hirschman’s Exit/Voice conception shines explanatory light on stakeholder responses in firms and states in moments of decline. We apply it here to the Bitcoin blockchain, where it illuminates strange and unencountered qualities of the reactive choices open to varied stakeholders.
by Wulf Kaal, Professor at University of Saint Thomas School of Law, Director of the Private Investment Funds Institute, Minneapolis
Jun 23, 2018Updated: Sep 19, 2018
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The Author codes the regulatory responses of the top 25 ICO jurisdictions in the world and provides a comparative analysis of their respective regulatory actions.

2018 Computational Law & Blockchain Festival DISCUSS Symposium Reports

by Jameson Dempsey, Director, Legal Hackers; Senior Associate, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP; B.A., Boston College; J.D., Brooklyn Law School
Jun 23, 2018Updated: Jul 31, 2018
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by David T.L. Lam, Founder & Co-Organizer of Hong Kong Legal Hackers and Legal.inno, P.C.LL. Candidate at the University of Hong Kong, Fellow at the Asian Institute of International Financial Law
Jun 23, 2018
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by Amanda Dominguez, Lead, Government and Stakeholder Relations (Asia-Pacific) at ConsenSys
Jun 23, 2018
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by Victor Maranhão, Co-Founder of São Paulo Legal Hackers and JurisIntel (Introduction), Victor Doering, Masters Candidate at the Law School of The University of São Paulo, Researcher at São Paulo Law School of FGV (PART I), Rafael Bianchini, PhD Student of Law (USP), Analyst at the Brazilian Central Bank (PART II), Gustavo Mascarenhas, PhD Candidate of Law at USP, Criminal Law Attorney (PART III), and Ana Carolina Rodrigues, Graduate of the School of Law at USP, Co-Founder of São Paulo Legal Hackers (PART III)
Jun 23, 2018
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by Dr. Philippa Ryan, Barrister and Lecturer in the Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney, Hannah Glass (B InSt, LLB), Solicitor in the Financial Markets Team at King & Wood Mallesons, Sydney , Prof. Guido Governatori (PhD), Senior Principal Researcher and Group Leader at Data61, CSIRO, Dr. David Lindsay (BA, LLB, LLM, PhD), Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney, Andrew Lumsden (BA, LLB), Partner at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Adjunct Faculty Member in the Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, Ravi Nayyar, BCom (Hons) LLB Student at the University of Sydney, Ben Salon (Dip PR and Comms, JD Hons), Lawyer at Mills Oakley, Legal Tech Developer, and Millicent Watt (B Comm, LLB Hons), Paralegal at Broadspectrum
Jun 23, 2018
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by Anne Veerpalu, PhD in IT Law Candidate at the University of Tartu, Attorney, Visiting Lecturer of the IT Law Master's Programme at the University of Tartu, Visiting Researcher at the Computer Science Department of University College London
Jun 24, 2018Updated: Sep 19, 2018
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