“I suspect we’ll never reach a satisfactory answer because there will be arguments over this forever.”

 

On this episode of LegalMeets, we meet Lior Leser, a lawyer and Stanford Law School graduate currently based in Florida. Lior has a wide and varied field of practice, ranging from international business to cyber law. He creates videos on his YouTube channel ‘YouTuberLaw’ for over 20,000 loyal subscribers. His videos focus on the emerging field of technology law and include coverage of the mystery on the minds of all bitcoin watchers – who is Satoshi Nakamoto?

In this episode we discuss…

  • The unexpected way Lior became a lawyer in Florida
  • How the rise of social media revolutionised Lior’s practice
  • How the sphere of crypto YouTubers got Lior interested in blockchain
  • Lior’s economic perspective on what makes blockchain so fascinating –  the idea that someone can create artificial constraints on supply in order to create value
  • The background to the suit against Craig Wright from Dave Kleiman’s estate
  • The significance of the red flags in Craig Wright’s counter case
  • Why the lack of information and jurisdictional issues leave Kleiman’s case unlikely to succeed
  • How encryption and hashing technologies might bring much-needed legal certainty to contested contracts and company documents

Find out more about Lior here:

Web 2.0 Lawyer

YouTuberLaw

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