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Judah Druck Authors Article on Bitcoin for Bench & Bar of Minnesota
"Bitcoin: Ready or Not…," Bench & Bar of Minnesota, May/June 2018
June 01, 2018

Judah Druck, a member of Maslon's Litigation Group, has authored an article for the May/June edition of Bench & Bar of Minnesota. In the article, titled "Bitcoin: Ready or Not…," Judah provides an overview of the cryptocurrency landscape, discusses the growing relevance of Bitcoin in the legal market, and outlines the role that cryptocurrencies could play in the legal profession going forward.

Judah focuses his practice on complex commercial disputes, product liability, and employment litigation. He has represented financial institutions, corporations, and officers and directors in securities class actions and employment disputes in federal and state courts as well as major manufacturers in product liability disputes. Judah is a cum laude graduate of Cornell Law School, where he served on the Cornell Law Review.  Before joining Maslon, he practiced at the New York office of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP.

To read the article, go to: Bench & Bar of Minnesota - "Bitcoin: Ready or Not..."

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