- Cryptocurrency Vol 2
- Course Verification
- State Accreditation
This course is approved for 0.75 CLE credits in Washington. The following states have CLE reciprocity with WA: AK, AZ, AR, CO, FL, ME, MT, NJ, ND, and WV. If you'd like credit in another jurisdiction, let us know, and we can likely accommodate your request.
The difference between initial coin offerings and conventional methods of startup financing
The statement from SEC's director of Division of Corporate financing saying Bitcoin and Ether are not securities
SEC v Howey
How a token's utility can be a factor that weighs against that token being deemed to be a security
How network decentralization can be a factor that weighs against a token being deemed to be a security
The importance of investors' intent when determining whether something is a security
How there is still a significant gray area where it is not clear whether a token is going to be treated as a security
During most week days, you’ll find Kyle at the offices of InVigor Law Group, a Seattle business law firm that Kyle founded with a couple of his law school classmates in 2011.
When Kyle’s not in the office, he likes to hang out with his wife and his one-year-old son. He enjoys cooking (and eating), gardening, watching Arsenal, reading novels, and listening to podcasts and audiobooks.
Kyle’s a member of the Securities Committee of the WSBA Business Law Section. Via the Securities Committee he’s co-drafted letters to the Washington Department of Financial Institutions that proposed updates to the Washington State Crowdfunding laws, and to the presale notice filing requirement in Washington’s Small Offering Exemption.