From a contract law perspective, blockchain technology can store the agreement and/or evidence of the fact that the parties have entered into an agreement, as well as the digital signatures corresponding to the relevant documents. Having this type of information recorded to a blockchain enables parties to know which agreement is authoritative, who signed it, and where the various versions of the agreement are located. Blockchains are great at tracking bits of information and automating commercial transactions. But if there is a piece of a contract that a third party can't objectively verify, that provision probably can't be reduced to code. Aaron closed with a call to action.
Among the options offered as to possible changes, 46.2% chose a proposal that would allow a free transfer to any student during their freshman year regardless of the circumstances. They would have to enroll at their new school by the first day of their sophomore year. All subsequent transfers without a valid residence change or hardship waiver would result in being ineligible to play varsity for one year.
Eric Sondheimer has been covering high school sports for the Los Angeles Times since 1997 and in Southern California since 1976. Get his latest from the field and follow all our prep sports coverage and analysis here. Harvard-Westlake is set to make run at Open Division title in girls' basketball Harvard-Westlake was a surprise Southern Section Open Division girls' basketball finalist last season, losing to Long Beach Poly 68-52. The Wolverines, under veteran coach Melissa Hearlihy, return four starters, including twins Jayda and Jayla Ruffus-Milner, who are set to sign with Pepperdine on Wednesday. They've also added highly touted 6-foot-1 freshman Kiki Iriafen, who scored and rebounded in double figures in games in September.