Washington, D.C., of counsel Jason R. Baron co-authored a paper titled “Private and Secure Records: Distributed Ledger Technology as a Record Keeping Mechanism by the SEC” for the 2017 Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute. The paper has been republished by the Bloomberg Law E-Discovery Practice Center.

In the paper, Jason and co-author Miles Vaughn explain the growing importance of distributed ledger technologies and specific applications of these technologies that are of interest to the financial sector.

Read “Private and Secure Records: Distributed Ledger Technology as a Record Keeping Mechanism by the SEC.” (courtesy of Bloomberg Law E-Discovery Practice Center)

Source: Bloomberg Law