David Suchar Moderates Panel Discussion on Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, and Litigation Risks for The Trial Network
April 29, 2022
David Suchar, a partner in Maslon's Litigation Group and chair of the Construction & Real Estate Litigation Group, will moderate a panel discussion April 29 for The Trial Network's Litigation Management SuperCourse in Marana, Arizona.
During the session, titled "Blockchain, Smart Contracts and Cryptocurrency: Addressing Litigation Risks," David and his three guests provide an overview of the blockchain, NFT, and cryptocurrency space and explore developing legal issues, including implications of smart contracts, actual and potential litigation, and the application of familiar legal considerations (such as IP and ownership rights, fraud and theft, and litigation finance) to this new asset class.
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David is a skilled trial attorney and former federal prosecutor who regularly represents clients in construction and insurance coverage disputes, government and internal investigations, and a variety of commercial litigation. Who's Who Legal has consistently ranked David as one of the top three under-45 construction lawyers in the United States (2019-22), describing him in their annual "Future Leaders" guide as "an impressive trial lawyer whose practice spans the spectrum of construction matters from insurance to payment claims." Chambers USA published client commentary describing David as “an excellent attorney who comes up with creative ways of resolving complicated disputes while getting things accomplished that other attorneys could not manage to do."
David has acted as first-chair trial counsel for a variety of bench and jury trials in courts across the country. In addition to his work in the areas of construction and insurance coverage litigation and government and internal investigations, David has successfully litigated various high-end contract and commercial litigation matters. He serves on the executive committee (2022 vice chair) of the Trial Network, a network of over 5,000 attorneys in 23 separate and independent trial law firms, including Maslon.