Blockchain and the Law
Tiffany Quach

Tiffany Quach

Associate

Tiffany Quach is an associate in the Corporate Department. Her practice focuses on the technology, media and communications industries. She has represented clients including T-Mobile, New York Daily News and Kargoe in relation to intellectual property and data privacy and security matters.

Before law school, Tiffany worked as a legal assistant at Google’s legal department in Mountain View, California. While in law school, she interned at the Arts Law Centre of Australia and conducted research on German data protection law at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society in Berlin, Germany.

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Is Blockchain Technology Compatible with GDPR? French Data Protection Regulator Provides Guidance

Uncertainty regarding the compatibility of blockchain technology and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has often been highlighted as a potential obstacle to the development and widespread implementation of blockchain systems involving personal data. To address tensions between blockchain technology and the GDPR, Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), the French … Continue Reading

Supply Chain Adoption of Blockchain Continues to Gain Steam and Generates Many Legal Issues

While there has been a great deal of attention being paid lately to the use of blockchain for the issuance and investment (or speculation) in cryptocurrencies, other enterprise-based applications of blockchain continue to be deployed with increasing frequency but less fanfare. One of the more recent deployments of blockchain – viewed as a milestone in … Continue Reading

Colorado Senate Bill Proposes Utilizing Blockchain Technology to Improve State Government’s Operations and Cybersecurity

The Colorado Senate is considering a bill to utilize blockchain or other distributed ledger technology for a variety of purposes, including to improve the state government’s operations and cybersecurity. Senate Bill 18-086 (which was introduced on January 16, 2018) focuses on exploring a number of “transformative improvements” that distributed ledger technologies can offer to state … Continue Reading
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