You know the drill. I find the smartest, edgiest, and hopefully sexiest people I know who have the characteristics of entrepreneurship to contribute advice to The Chancebending Network. Today we’re talking Tech Law with Morvareed Salehpour from Salehpour Legal Consulting
Morvareed talks about Tech Law and how it’s trending in Tech Law, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Law, and Business Law
“The big issue for the innovative and emerging tech spaces this year and moving forward is making an effort to put business practices and procedures in place and finding that appropriate balance of legal compliance and business interests. More structure is needed in businesses in that space to get market maturation. It is not, and cannot be, a “wild west” as many players in the space try to claim. The lack of appropriate business structures and legal compliance is why we are getting things like the Binance hack and the locked up funds in QuarigaCX. I think the fallout from these instances will encourage adoption of those better business practices and procedures and mature the market. Additionally, I think we will continue to see a rise in enterprise applications of emerging tech like blockchain this year and into 2020, especially since Walmart is supposed to adopt its supply chain blockchain for its greens on a wide-scale basis in the fall and that will encourage other big players to take the tech more seriously and consider adoption.”
A little about Morvareed
Morvareed Z. Salehpour (https://www.linkedin.com/in/morvareedsalehpour/) is Managing Partner of Salehpour Legal Consulting (https://www.salehpourlaw.com/), a law firm specializing in handling a diverse range of complex legal matters both in and outside the courtroom. She is experienced in negotiating a variety of contracts and legal agreements and handling cases from inception to trial and appeal. She has represented clients across the nation ranging from entrepreneurs and small businesses to Fortune 500 companies and works in a variety of industries, including technology, artificial intelligence and blockchain among others. Ms. Salehpour is a graduate of UCLA and UCLA School of Law, where she also served as a Managing Editor for the UCLA Law Review. Ms. Salehpour previously practiced at BakerHostetler, a national firm where her work included being a member of the legal team seeking to recover the principal lost in the Madoff Ponzi scheme. Ms. Salehpour is also a Trustee of the Santa Monica Bar Association, Board Member of the Rabbit Hole Network Blockchain Community, and a regular speaker and writer on tech and business law issues.
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