Speaking topic: Cannabis Crypto
Moish chairs FRB’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and co-chairs FRB’s Emerging Technology Practice Group. In his role as chair of the firm’s IP practice group, Moish has worked across numerous industries, including legal cannabis (including hemp and CBD), and medical/health care, technology, energy and renewable energy, entertainment, media and advertising, real estate, hospitality, education, cryptocurrency and NFTs. He has assisted entrepreneurs, artists and non-profits with their various legal needs. Specifically, in the areas of Cannabis, Moish has advised numerous cannabis and CBD companies on ways to strategically grow their brands at the State, Federal, and International levels. Moish has written and been published on this topic and given CLE presentations to other attorneys on ways to protect Cannabis IP brands. Moish is a member of the International Trademark Association (INTA), as well as a member of its Emerging Issues Committee for 2022-2023, and also a member of the International Cannabis Bar Association (INCBA). As chair of the firm’s Emerging Tech practice group Moish advises numerous companies on blockchain, cryptocurrency, Web3, and NFT matters, with a focus on the intersection of IP and cryptocurrency. Moish has been advising cryptocurrency ventures since 2014 and combines his knowledge of the blockchain with a decade of IP and business law experience where he helps entrepreneurs grow their businesses and brands. Moish has been quoted in numerous publications, including Time, CoinDesk, ABA Journal, LA Magazine, TheStreet, and Law360. He has also presented at numerous conferences and webinars on similar topics. Moish’s practice encompasses both transactional and business litigation matters. His practice also focuses on U.S. and worldwide trademark prosecution and enforcement, including litigation before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). His previous experience includes working at a premier IP law firm where he acted as trial counsel in numerous contested IP matters before U.S. District Courts and Courts of Appeal.