Nelson Mullins Nashville partner Jason Epstein, Denver partner and chair Richard Levin, and Nashville of counsel Mallory Acheson will join the Atlanta Braves to discuss “The Metaverse: Use Cases and Legal Landscape.” The CLE event will take place in Atlanta at Truist Park on Aug. 31 from 4:00 - 9:00 p.m.
The speakers will examine different use cases and the different legal issues that are present in the Metaverse today. Additionally, the event will showcase a digital twin of Truist Park, opening an array of digital opportunities for fans.
Dinner will be served at Below the Chop just after the CLE’s conclusion where participants will have the opportunity to win exciting Nelson Mullins giveaway prizes.
At Nelson Mullins, Epstein and his technology team provide legal services to buyers and sellers of technology both domestically and internationally in various industries, from FinTech and Health IT to auto and manufacturing.
Levin chairs the firm's FinTech and Regulation Practice. He advises clients on corporate, FinTech, securities, and regulatory issues.at Nelson Mullins, and was one of the first lawyers to focus on the regulation of blockchain and digital assets. His practice focuses on helping financial services and technology clients identify and address regulatory issues as they build their businesses.
Acheson focuses her practice at Nelson Mullins on privacy and security compliance, technology transactions, and the intersection of data and electronic discovery issues.
The Braves American MLB team began calling Atlanta home in 1966 after previously gaining fan attention and support in Boston and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Today, the Braves’ home field is Truist Park in the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022
4 - 9 p.m.
755 Battery Avenue SE
Atlanta, GA 30339
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