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[Webinar] Specialist Insight Series: Down the Digital Rabbit Hole – Investigations, Injunctions and Associated Remedies involving Crypto Assets

The Series

 

The question of whether bitcoin or crypto assets are “property”, and the implications that this can have on the relief that may be sought from the Courts, continues to be an important and evolving topic. These 2 webinars build on earlier seminars by the Singapore Academy of Law, and seeks to provide a ‘deeper dive’ into the issue and related topics involving crypto assets.

 

The Webinar

 

Focussing on litigation related issues relating to crypto assets, the panel will share on matters such as the classification of crypto assets (i.e. whether as a property or as a currency) and the reliefs that a court or tribunal can grant over crypto assets. Together with a technical expert, the discussion will also cover some of the key practical challenges of tracing and enforcing court orders, both in and outside of the jurisdiction. Some key issues to be highlighted include:

 

  • The scope of crypto currencies and crypto assets. Crypto currencies such as Bitcoin and crypto assets such as Non-Fungible Tokens are currently traded increasingly often on e-commerce platforms. The panel will examine and seek to demystify some of these crypto assets and address the question of whether these assets can be said to grant the buyer certain exclusive rights.

 

  • Whether Bitcoin or crypto assets are “property” and what interim relief can be granted by the Singapore Court, in the event of a dispute involving crypto assets that have been transferred or dissipated outside of the jurisdiction (such as freezing injunctions and proprietary injunctions).

 

  • The practical difficulties of enforcing relief (such as cross border tracing and enforcement that may be granted by the Singapore Courts), and the use of data mining techniques that can be deployed to facilitate tracing / locating crypto assets in difficult jurisdictions.

 

For enquiries, please call +65 6332 4388 or email to [email protected].

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Webinar Date:
18 November 2021(3.00pm to 4.30pm)

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Associate Student Price - $32.10
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YOUR PRICE (inclusive of GST)
$96.30

The Series

 

The question of whether bitcoin or crypto assets are “property”, and the implications that this can have on the relief that may be sought from the Courts, continues to be an important and evolving topic. These 2 webinars build on earlier seminars by the Singapore Academy of Law, and seeks to provide a ‘deeper dive’ into the issue and related topics involving crypto assets.

 

The Webinar

 

Focussing on litigation related issues relating to crypto assets, the panel will share on matters such as the classification of crypto assets (i.e. whether as a property or as a currency) and the reliefs that a court or tribunal can grant over crypto assets. Together with a technical expert, the discussion will also cover some of the key practical challenges of tracing and enforcing court orders, both in and outside of the jurisdiction. Some key issues to be highlighted include:

 

  • The scope of crypto currencies and crypto assets. Crypto currencies such as Bitcoin and crypto assets such as Non-Fungible Tokens are currently traded increasingly often on e-commerce platforms. The panel will examine and seek to demystify some of these crypto assets and address the question of whether these assets can be said to grant the buyer certain exclusive rights.

 

  • Whether Bitcoin or crypto assets are “property” and what interim relief can be granted by the Singapore Court, in the event of a dispute involving crypto assets that have been transferred or dissipated outside of the jurisdiction (such as freezing injunctions and proprietary injunctions).

 

  • The practical difficulties of enforcing relief (such as cross border tracing and enforcement that may be granted by the Singapore Courts), and the use of data mining techniques that can be deployed to facilitate tracing / locating crypto assets in difficult jurisdictions.

 

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