Greenspoon Marder Launches Blockchain, Digital Assets and Technology Transactions Practice Group

Greenspoon Marder Launches Blockchain, Digital Assets and Technology Transactions Practice Group

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According to a recent report, Greenspoon Marder has revealed that it now has a Technology Transactions, Blockchain, and Digital Technology group. Katya Fisher who is expected to join the company’s office in Miami is expected to be in charge of the new venture.

Significance of the New Group

The role of the Blockchain, Digital Assets & Technology Transactions practice group include the issuance of advice on Blockchain and related matters to the firm’s customers worldwide. A team of lawyers has been employed to make available detailed approaches to attend to the needs of exchanges which make use of Blockchain technology solutions and developing and distributing digital assets.

Co-managing director of Freedom Marder, Gerry Greenspoon while giving his comment on the new development said that:

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

Also, Co-managing director of Greenspoon Marder, Michael Marder while giving his statement regarding the new head of Miami Office stated that:

“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.” – Michael Marder

Features like the multidisciplinary approach and extensive experience in a variety of related fields such as business, labour, employment, corporate securities, and government relations, labor, taxation, regulatory compliance, and employment, as well as the firm’s expertise in cannabis, entertainment, litigation, and real estate allows it to track down available opportunities and use them to its own advantage via Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.

The new head of the Maimi office, Ms. Fisher has in the past represented customers in a wide range of corporate affairs and technology transactions and give clients advice on legal matters within the Blockchain and digital assets industries. She has also represented several well-known entrepreneurs, celebrities, and executives in U.S. immigration cases.