Emerging technologies: Sarzana & Partners Law Firm Joining The Global Legal Blockchain Consortium.

Rome, Italy,  February 7, 2019.

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Sarzana & Partners Law Firm  has joined the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium (GLBC), an international group of industry stakeholders focused on enhancing the security, privacy, productivity, and interoperability of blockchain technology. 

The GLBC  comprised of approximately 160 large companies, major law firms, software companies, and universities that have joined together to develop standards to govern the use of blockchain technology in the business of law.

The Consortium is focused on improving data integrity, authenticity, privacy and security for contracts and documents and adopts policies that promote a universal blockchain-based technology infrastructure for law.

Sarzana & Partners Law Firm,    based in Rome, Italy, provides legal services to the technology sector and has extensive experience in legal issues surrounding Artificial Intelligence, IoT and  blockchain technology.

Our team includes former adjunct President of Supreme Court of Cassation as well as academics with extensive knowledge in cryptocurrency and blockchain technology matters

Fulvio Sarzana di S.Ippolito, managing partner of  Sarzana & Partners said “ We are proud to join GLBC, and we hope we will be able to contribute to the successful mission of this  organization”.

Sarzana & Partners Law Firm  Profile:

Sarzana & Partners Law Firm,    based in Rome, Italy, provides legal services to the technology sector and has extensive experience in legal issues surrounding Artificial Intelligence, IoT and  blockchain technology.

Their lawyers counsel clients on their most sophisticated legal challenges in all areas of corporate and regulatory law as well as litigation.

For more information about Sarzana & Partners Law Firm  innovative range of services, visit www.lidis.it 

Global Legal Blockchain Consortium Profile:

The GLBC comprised of approximately 160 large companies, major law firms, software companies, and universities that have joined together to develop standards to govern the use of blockchain technology in the business of law. The consortium focuses on a range of issues, including data integrity, authenticity, security, and privacy for contracts and documents, interoperability between corporate legal departments and law firms, and productivity improvements in the operation of legal departments and law firms.

 For more information about the GLBC, visit https://legalconsortium.org/.

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