E. Patrick Gilman and David Rosenthal, Associates in the White Collar Defense & Government Investigations Practice Group and the Digital Commerce Groups, and James E. Bedar, Brown Rudnick Partner who leads the Firm’s U.S. Corporate Practice Group and is active in the Firm’s Digital Commerce Group, coauthored “Tokenization: The Revolution Is Now.” The article was published in the Thomson Reuters Westlaw Journal on May 14th.
In the article, the lawyers describe different types of cryptocurrencies — including fungible and non-fungible tokens — and discuss regulatory considerations for issuers and various ways tokens can be useful. Thomson Reuters, one of the world’s leading news organizations, develops and delivers intelligent information and solutions for professionals, connecting and empowering global markets.
For more than 16 years, Patrick’s practice has included prosecuting federal cases at the trial and appellate levels in the United States Army, conducting internal investigations, national security, cyber security, regulatory compliance, and criminal defense work. David joined Brown Rudnick after serving as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Joel M. Carson III, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. For over two decades, James has cultivated a diverse practice in areas including securities law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, board and special committee representation, internal investigations, digital commerce, corporate finance, and general corporate law.
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