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Eran Kahana to Present on Virtual Currencies and Mobile Payments at the 11th Annual Stanford Ecommerce Best Practices Conference
"Best Practices Regarding Virtual Currencies and Mobile Payments," panel member, 11th Annual Ecommerce Best Practices Conference, Stanford University Law School, 2014
June 16, 2014
Eran Kahana will be part of a panel speaking on virtual currencies and mobile payments at the 11th Annual Stanford Ecommerce Best Practices Conference on June 16, 2014. The Stanford Ecommerce Best Practices Conference is the premier educational event for in-house counsel and practitioners in the Ecommerce industry. Eran and other distinguished panelists will highlight "Best Practices Regarding Virtual Currencies and Mobile Payments" during an afternoon breakout session. Topics to be discussed include the legality of the Bitcoin currency; when does barter implicate currency control laws; and best practices regarding new mobile payment mechanisms.

Eran Kahana is an intellectual property attorney with a strong IT background and extensive experience advising clients in domestic and international settings. He focuses his practice on matters such as drafting and negotiating complex software, patent, and trademark licenses, joint development agreements, service agreements, and a wide-range of e-commerce related matters. Eran is a frequent speaker and writer on various intellectual property topics and a Research Fellow at the Stanford Law School, Law, Science & Technology Center.

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