Top 5 Crypto Lawyers Join Law Firm Brown Rudnick’s for Digital Commerce Practice
Brown Rudnick, the global law office most popular for effectively addressing entertainer Johnny Depp in his new criticism suit against ex-Amber Heard, could be headed to another justification for reputation – having one of the top cryptos rehearses in the country.
The firm has recruited a break group of crypto legal counselors from rival firm Anderson Kill. Four prepared accomplices and one partner have all left Anderson Kill’s Blockchain and Virtual Currency Group, sent off in 2018, to join Brown Rudnick’s Digital Commerce practice.
The training gathering’s rundown of clients remembers a few key parts of the crypto business, including crypto trade Binance, the Cardano blockchain, and philanthropic the Bitcoin Foundation.
Accomplices Stephen Palley, Matthew Richardson, and Preston Byrne will be situated in the company’s Washington, D.C. office, while accomplice Hailey Lennon will be situated in Orange County, California. Partner Jeff Karas will work in the New York office.
Palley will assume control as the co-seat of the association’s Digital Commerce practice, close by New York-based accomplice Clara Krivoy. Brown Rudnick has more than 250 legal advisors around the world, as indicated by their site.
The group carries with them an expansiveness of involvement and information in different crypto-related issues, including guidelines and consistency, worldwide regulation, and case.
“We are more than happy to invite this group to our Firm,” said Brown Rudnick CEO Vince Guglielmotti in a press proclamation. “Our clients are progressively in the advanced resource space as pioneers, financial backers or conventional corporate substances hoping to utilize advancements, for example, blockchain and digital currencies as a feature of their business.”
The move has all the earmarks of being essential for a bigger push at Brown Rudnick to help its innovation practice. In January, the firm caught an eight-legal counselor practice bunch from a New Jersey-based firm to add to its Global Technology bunch.