Associate Attorney, Covington & Burling LLP
Dallin Earl's practice focuses on a variety of complex commercial transactions involving intellectual property, technology and data. He represents clients in a wide array of industries including music, travel and digital health technology. Prior to joining Covington & Burling, Dallin interned at the U.S. Copyright Office and served as president of the Recording Artists Project at Harvard Law School, a student practice organization that provides start up record labels, producers and musicians with pro bono legal services. As a musician and audiophile, Dallin brings both experience and passion to the work he does representing clients at the intersection of music and technology.
NFT Bootcamp: How the Evolving NFT Market Will Impact Creators and Content Companies
10/12/21, 7:00 PM
What do NFTs mean for creators and the content companies they work with? Find out in NFT Bootcamp: How the Evolving NFT Market Will Impact Creators and Content Companies. In this panel session, attorneys from Covington & Burling LLP will lead panelists deeply involved in the NFT space through a discussion covering the evolving NFT market, including the technological and legal implications for content, the problem of counterfeit NFTs, the current state of NFT regulation, and common issues to be aware of when working with NFT platforms and partners.