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Webinar: NFT Compliance Part 2: Privacy Issues to Consider Before Your Drop
August 18, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1 Participatory MCLE Credits
In this second part of our NFT series, join Daniel Goldberg and Zach Lewis, members of Frankfurt Kurnit’s Privacy & Data Security and Blockchain Technology Groups, for a webinar about the privacy and data protection issues brands must consider when dropping an NFT collection. Spoiler: if you believe “privacy” isn’t a concern because NFTs reside in Web 3.0 where everything is anonymous, this webinar will change your viewpoint.
Price – $25.00
Speakers: Daniel Goldberg and Zach Lewis
Daniel M. Goldberg is Chair of the Privacy & Data Security Group at Frankfurt Kurnit and a leader in Ad Tech. He has been consistently recognized by top legal rating organizations including Chambers USA (2020-2022), Chambers Global (2020-2022), Law360 (“Top Attorneys Under 40” in Cybersecurity & Privacy – 2020), The Legal 500 (for Cyber Law (including Data Privacy and Data Protection) – 2020-2021), and Super Lawyers (“Rising Star” for Southern California – 2020-2022).
Mr. Goldberg counsels clients on all matters involving data – from collection and monetization to storage and security. He helps clients evaluate the legality of their proposed projects and products, develop data protection programs and policies, conduct due diligence on fundraising and acquisitions, and respond to data breaches and regulatory inquiries. He is at the forefront of privacy and data security law, regularly advising clients on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). He is now preparing clients for the wave of new state privacy laws taking effect in 2023, including the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA), the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA), and the Utah Consumer Privacy Act (UCPA).
Mr. Goldberg has special expertise in ad tech and technology transactions. He routinely negotiates complex deals on behalf of top agencies, brands, and technology providers involving media buys, programmatic advertising, customer matching, data clean rooms, and data licensing. He helps clients navigate legal concerns around sensitive data (such as geolocation and health data) and emerging technologies (such as facial detection/recognition and NFT/blockchain), and across devices and platforms (such as mobile and social). He also represents many companies in the video game sector, helping them address industry-specific concerns around data processing.
Mr. Goldberg helped lead the effort to publish GALA’s “Privacy Law: A Global Legal Perspective on Data Protection Relating to Advertising & Marketing.” The book is the first-ever guide to how privacy laws affect marketing and advertising around the world.
Mr. Goldberg frequently speaks at conferences and programs, including those sponsored by South by Southwest (SXSW), Social Media Week (SMW), International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU), Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), Media Law Resource Center (MLRC), Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA), Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), International Advertising Association (IAA), Brand Activation Association (BAA), Association of National Advertisers (ANA), and many others. He routinely guest lectures at top universities, including University of Southern California (USC) and New York University (NYU), and contributes to the Firm’s Advertising Law Updates blog. He also takes on leadership roles, including as a Vice President on the Board of Directors for IAA, a CCPA Roundtable Co-Leader for IAB, Founding Member and Co-Chair of the MLRC Data Privacy Committee, Founding Member of the Privacy/Cyber Section of the LA County Bar Association (LACBA), former KnowledgeNet Co-Chair for the Los Angeles Chapter of IAPP, and Founding Member and Former Chair of the USC Alumni Entrepreneurs Network.
Prior to joining Frankfurt Kurnit, Mr. Goldberg worked at BakerHostetler and Bryan Cave, where he litigated in federal and state courts. He also helped launch a fintech startup, which was acquired by a multi-national corporation. Mr. Goldberg combines his litigation roots, technical understanding of technology, and insider’s perspective on entrepreneurship to deliver cost-effective representation for his clients.
Mr. Goldberg is a graduate of UCLA and USC School of Law. He is certified as an Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and admitted to practice in California.
Zach Lewis is an associate at Frankfurt Kurnit in the Interactive Entertainment and Blockchain Technology Groups. He counsels clients on non-fungible tokens (NFTs), Web3, and new technology ventures across a wide range of industries, from video games and music to fashion, food, and film.
Before joining Frankfurt Kurnit, Zach graduated cum laude from Temple Law in Philadelphia with a full tuition scholarship and an additional scholarship for excellence in corporate law. There, he was also awarded for his outstanding trial, mediation, and oral advocacy and worked as a Staff Editor for the Temple Law Review. For years, Zach wrote about the intersection of law and technology, including the legality of digital music sampling and pharmaceutical product hopping under intellectual property law.
He later served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Anne E. Lazarus of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania. He was recognized by Marquis Who’s Who in America in 2020 for his dedication to the field of law and passion for learning.
In 2021, Zach created Blockchain Barristers, an active global community of nearly 400 lawyers focused on legal issues surrounding blockchain technology. He currently serves as the lead community manager, compiling open access resources and facilitating virtual and in-person discussions for members in addition to working on other benefits.
Zach is a passionate NFT collector and advocate with an academic background in psychology. He frequently speaks and writes about Web3, smart contracts, the metaverse, and the potential for NFTs and blockchain technology to empower individuals and disrupt countless industries. He offers the incredibly unique perspective of a collector, consumer, community member, and lawyer when discussing blockchain, culture, and the law with clients to help them navigate these rapidly changing landscapes.
Zach is admitted to practice only in Pennsylvania. He is not yet admitted in New York. He speaks, reads, and writes fluent Spanish.