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Review of Reviews: “Virtual Art and Non-Fungible Tokens” 50 Hofstra Law Review (Winter 2022)

Lawrence J. Trautman, associate professor, business law and ethics at Prairie View A&M University —College of Business, in Prairie View, Texas.

Virtual art and non-fungible tokens (NFTs), combined with the related involvement of artificial intelligence, are increasingly among the holdings of ultra-high-net-worth individuals and families, as well as desired as inheritances of and from them. This makes knowledge of the issues crucial to estate planners domestically and internationally.

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