Traceability of components of products – from food to fashion – is central to the promise of using blockchain to organize and operationalize data from the web of supply chains. How would traceability bring value? How do blockchain and smart contracts work? And how would these foster traceability? What has been done so far in this regard? What issues and tensions affect adoption of traceability, whether by blockchain or other means? This webinar examines blockchain and the role it plays in supply chain by providing traceability.
Mr. Cahill is Head of the Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group at Lowis & Gellen LLP, in Chicago, Illinois. He guides secured lenders, creditors, debtors, creditors’ committees, potential purchasers and others through… Read More
Jennifer Hanania is a Manager in PwC’s New Services and Emerging Technology Practice. Jennifer is also responsible for cross-sector blockchain product management efforts and has spent over three years dedicated… Read More
Michael Baumert is an associate in Barnes & Thornburg’s Chicago office. As a member of the Intellectual Property Department and Corporate Department, Michael focuses on technology-driven transactions, sourcing, cloud computing,… Read More