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This NFT can be redeemed for a one-hour video consultation with a member of our legal team. During the consultation, we will review your project's roadmap, materials, and existing agreements (if any).

In addition, our team will draft you community-facing licensing agreements (terms of service), governing the use of the NFTs, a privacy policy, if needed, and supply customized graphics explaining the IP rights, to share on your socials.

This package is the real deal, and it includes our team drafting tailored agreements with artists, web/graphic designers, and anyone else who contributed to the IP, assigning it to the company/project owners.

After purchasing, your initial consultation can be scheduled using this link: https://calendly.com/hlawco/nft-consultation

After purchasing, you will receive a link that you can use to schedule your initial consultation call.

*Once redeemed, the NFT can be displayed on your site or server as a representation that you took the time and effort to consult with a legal professional.

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The NFT sphere is a legal mess. Securities regulations and intellectual property issues are one big mindfuck and most degens don't have a clue as to what rights they actually have in their NFTs. We're trying to make sense of all that.

​Think about it. If you are an NFT project - what is your core asset? Not your keys, not your community. Your intellectual property (IP). Typically this refers to the underlying art in your project. So, who owns it? What rights do they have? Was all IP properly assigned to whomever it's supposed to be assigned? Do your holders have any idea what rights they have, if any? If you don't know the answer to these questions, you have a problem. If you are a holder in a project and don't know the answers to these questions, you should start asking around. In any event, you are not alone.

Now obtaining legal support for your NFT project is as simple as minting an NFT. Literally.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
Token ID
Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Last Updated11 months ago
Creator Earnings
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This NFT can be redeemed for a one-hour video consultation with a member of our legal team. During the consultation, we will review your project's roadmap, materials, and existing agreements (if any).

In addition, our team will draft you community-facing licensing agreements (terms of service), governing the use of the NFTs, a privacy policy, if needed, and supply customized graphics explaining the IP rights, to share on your socials.

This package is the real deal, and it includes our team drafting tailored agreements with artists, web/graphic designers, and anyone else who contributed to the IP, assigning it to the company/project owners.

After purchasing, your initial consultation can be scheduled using this link: https://calendly.com/hlawco/nft-consultation

After purchasing, you will receive a link that you can use to schedule your initial consultation call.

*Once redeemed, the NFT can be displayed on your site or server as a representation that you took the time and effort to consult with a legal professional.

Order in the Court collection image

The NFT sphere is a legal mess. Securities regulations and intellectual property issues are one big mindfuck and most degens don't have a clue as to what rights they actually have in their NFTs. We're trying to make sense of all that.

​Think about it. If you are an NFT project - what is your core asset? Not your keys, not your community. Your intellectual property (IP). Typically this refers to the underlying art in your project. So, who owns it? What rights do they have? Was all IP properly assigned to whomever it's supposed to be assigned? Do your holders have any idea what rights they have, if any? If you don't know the answer to these questions, you have a problem. If you are a holder in a project and don't know the answers to these questions, you should start asking around. In any event, you are not alone.

Now obtaining legal support for your NFT project is as simple as minting an NFT. Literally.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
Token ID
Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Last Updated11 months ago
Creator Earnings
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