For those interested in reading the "Fat Tiger" case mentioned during the webinar, here is the cite to the case and a link:Shenzhen Qice Diechu Cultural Creation Co., Ltd. v Hangzhou Yuanyuzhou Technology Co., Ltd. (2022) Zhe 0192 Civil First Instance No 1008, Hangzhou Internet Court, 20 April 2022 (see: mv-nl_04-2022_first-nft-decision-in-china_urteil--internet-court-hangzhou_final_neu_pdfa.pdf (taylorwessing.com))I'll add that the US law firm, Jones Day, also published an interesting overview of some of the legal issues around NFT from the US perspective last year that I found helpful and might interest some: Key U.S. Legal Considerations for NFTs | Jones Day
*****Event Date: August 25, 2022, 7:00 pm SGTEvent Description: “NFT”, Non-Fungible Token, has become a buzzword in the last year. Despite their growing popularity, there is still uncertainty surrounding the IP rights they encompass and how they fit into the traditional IP law scheme. As such, the Entertainment, Media and Copyright Committee is facilitating an open forum discussion amongst its members to explore thoughts and share expertise on the topic.
Facilitators: Ploynapa Julagasigorn and Criselda Santiago
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