Greenspoon Marder- business law firm launches blockchain practice division

23 Apr, 2019 | Updated: 23 Apr, 2019
by Colin Hawkins
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Greenspoon Marder- business law firm launches blockchain practice division

Business law firm with 26 different locations across the United States, Greenspoon Marder, announces the release of their Blockchain, Digital Assets and Technology Transactions practice group via a press release on their website.

The law firm, which consists of 240 different attorneys across the United States, hired a new team member to lead the Blockchain division out of the firms Miami office. The newly appointed blockchain leader is Katya Fisher.

With this new blockchain division the firm plans on advising clients on blockchain related matters across the globe. Companies large or small, they plan on giving assistance to those that are looking to implement blockchain solutions into various parts of their clients business. Gerry Greenspoon the co-managing director of Greenspoon Marder spoke on the law firms decision to get into the blockchain field and advise clients in this emerging industry:

“Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize the way the world does business. Our firm is committed to remaining forward-facing in the evolving areas of law, including blockchain, so we can continue to meet the ever-changing business landscape affecting our clients.”

Greenspoon’s partner, Michael Marder, the other co-managing director spoke on the firm's decision to bring on Katya Fisher as the head of their new blockchain division, as well as the creation of the blockchain division:

“Katya’s vast understanding of the complex legal challenges that face companies implementing blockchain technology made her the perfect fit for the launch of the practice. Our multidisciplinary approach and extensive experience in a variety of related practices included corporate securities, business, government relations, labor and employment, regulatory compliance and taxation, as well as our renowned expertise in real estate, entertainment, litigation and cannabis enable us to better assist our clients in navigating the opportunities that arise and attain their strategic goals through the use of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.”

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