PODCAST - Demystifying Intellectual Property and NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens)
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PODCAST – Demystifying Intellectual Property and NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens)

Date
11 June 2021

2021 has been the year Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs) have entered the public conscious, with the mainstream media highlighting a range of high profile NFTs being purchased for substantial sums.

Rebecca O’Kelly-Gillard and Toby Bond from Bird & Bird’s Intellectual Property group have recorded a podcast discussing the relationship between NFTs and IP law and the issues organisations will need to consider when taking steps to commercialise NFTs.

Listen to the recording here: https://soundcloud.com/twobirdslaw/nft-podcast

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Toby Bond
Toby Bond
Toby advises on contentious intellectual property matters involving complex technologies. Toby is an Associate in our Intellectual Property Group, based in London. Since joining us in 2010, Toby has been involved in a wide range of contentious intellectual property matters. With his physical sciences background Toby is often involved in disputes involving complex technologies and his recent experience includes matters involving electromagnetic methods for geophysical prospecting, GSM, UMTS and LTE cellular standards, USB functionality, flash memory devices, algorithmic trading systems and digital set top boxes. Toby takes a particular interest in cybersecurity and trade secret protection and is member of Bird & Bird's Cybersecurity and Trade Secrets groups.
Rebecca O'Kelly-Gillard
Rebecca O'Kelly-Gillard
United Kingdom
As a partner in our Intellectual Property Group in London and co-head of Bird & Bird's International Copyright Group, I have worked extensively with multinational organisations across various industry sectors in all areas of soft IP.
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