Rose Law Group can provide advise on benefits, function, drawbacks, formation, structure and use of Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO). Some of the most innovative applications we are advising on include fundraising for business or real estate investments as well as political or charitable candidates or causes. We are well situated to provide comprehensive advice on this new type of structure. There are many exciting applications that have yet to be widely utilized and Rose Law Group is pioneering in this area. If you want to discuss how your current business might employ a DAO to enhance your position please contact any of our attorneys working in the space (listed below).
Rose Law Group is the first full service law firm with an office in the metaverse, serving metaverse-based businesses. We are the first law firm to add a team of coders, architects and blockchain developers, so we are a one-stop-shop for metaverse business. From due diligence on land or business purchases, to drafting and implementing smart contracts, to auditing digital assets, advising on security, to designing and building structures, games or other showcases, to NFT design and auction implementation, and more. We also offer event design and hosting on the well-situated land we own in Decentraland.
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Musk threatens lawsuit over ‘copycat’ app Threads; Logan Elia, partner and litigation attorney at Rose Law Group, explains difference between patent and ‘trade secret’
By Aimee Pichi | CBS News Twitter is threatening legal action over Meta’s new social media service, Threads, with an attorney for Twitter describing as a “copycat” app allegedly developed by hiring former employees of the microblogging platform owned by Elon Musk and using the company’s trade secrets, according to a letter posted by Semafor. The letter’s author, attorney Alex Spiro of law
Thomas Galvin, Maricopa County supervisor and Rose Law Group partner, issues statement on county’s TikTok ban
Government agencies possess a lot of sensitive data—some of it private in nature—and one of our core jobs is making sure that data is secure and cannot be compromised. Unfortunately, we live in a time where privacy is more difficult to achieve than ever, whether you’re an individual or a large organization. We know social media companies gather loads of
Logan Elia, partner and litigation attorney at Rose Law Group, tells AZFamily TikTok ban would raise constitutional concerns
It is a real possibility, but a local cybersecurity expert and attorney notes it’s not likely. He claims even if it is banned, it would likely be immediately contested in court. “A ban of TikTok outright would implicate First Amendment concerns. Congress shall make no law abridging freedom of speech or the right of the people to peacefully assemble. Arguably