Blockchain and the Law
Nicole Kramer

Nicole Kramer

Associate

Nicole Kramer is an associate in the Corporate Department. She earned her J.D. from N.Y.U., where she was an AnBryce Scholar and served as an executive editor for the school’s Law Review. She focused her research and studies on intellectual property and privacy law, and participated in the school’s Technology Law and Policy Clinic. She interned as a legal assistant for Autodesk, a corporation that develops software for the architecture, engineering, manufacturing, media and entertainment industries.

She graduated from Stanford University with a degree in political science.

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Blockchain, Personal Data and the GDPR Right to be Forgotten

The effective date of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is fast approaching (May 25, 2018), and its impacts are already being felt across various industries. Specifically, the conflicts between the GDPR and the technical realities of blockchains raise important legal considerations for companies seeking to implement blockchain solutions that involve the personal data … Continue Reading

Four Blockchain Technology Bills Proposed by New York Assemblyman

New York Assemblyman Clyde Vanel has introduced proposals in the state legislature for four laws which, if passed, could transform how the State of New York interacts with and views blockchain technology. The first proposal, NY A08780, would amend the state’s technology law to allow for signatures obtained via blockchain technology to be recognized as valid … Continue Reading
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