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Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) entered the legal arena. Now what?
Claudia Jelea - Lawyer @ IP Boutique
10th November, 10:30-11:00
I love art but I am no artist (yet). As a tech lawyer, I am curious why NFTs are popular among many talented people in art and gaming (and not only). What are they and how do NFTs innovate? Is the NFT-market regulated? And what legal headaches do NFTs bring with them? Do NFTs run on smart contracts and, if yes, how do these contracts work; does the blockchain technology play any role in it? Do these digital assets really stimulate growth and trigger the creation of new tech solutions?
Claudia Jelea is an IT lawyer and trademark attorney. For the past 15 years, she has been focusing her career mainly on the areas of intellectual property (IP), IT law, e commerce, and personal data protection (GDPR included). She helps clients who wish to protect and exploit their IP assets (trademarks, copyright, databases, designs, trade secrets, Internet domain names) and assists them with legal compliance, contract drafting and negotiations.
She graduated law school at the University of Bucharest and two master’s programmes in IT law and, respectively, in European IP law at Stockholm University, Sweden.
Claudia runs Jlaw.ro - a boutique shop of tailored legal services and IP Boutique - trademark agency. Their clients usually come from the creative industries and over 90% of them are start-ups and medium-sized companies in the business of online, e-commerce, new tech, software development, mobile apps and mobile games.