NEW YORK CITY'S TOP LAW FIRM FOR THE DIGITAL AGE
Dilendorf Law Firm provides a broad array of creative, custom-tailored legal solutions for resolving disputes and addressing government action involving participants in the blockchain market, including FinTech startups and service providers, digital token issuers, and their owners, executives, and investors.
Having litigation and dispute resolution background and experience, our lawyers have been deeply involved in the blockchain, cryptocurrency, and digital token revolution since early 2017.
We have been assisting blockchain startups in the highly complex process of marketing and launching legally compliant digital security offerings in the United States, while constantly keeping abreast of the latest changes in this developing legal field.
As part of our practice, we have helped numerous clients in establishing business entities; drafting shareholder, digital token purchase and sale agreements and other contracts; evaluating and representing clients in their relations with blockchain service providers, such as AML/KYC services and ICO/STO/DSO launch platforms.
As a result of the cross-field conventional litigation and innovative blockchain transactional experience, we bring a unique perspective to the resolution of disputes involving blockchain industry participants.
And because of our deep familiarity with the laws and regulations affecting digital asset issuance and trading, we are well-positioned to assist clients confronted with a subpoena, investigation, or enforcement action by government agencies such as the SEC, CFTC and FinCEN.
Adam is one of the nation’s leading young whistleblower lawyers. He brings with him a special ability not just to litigate, but to investigate – and understand – complex organizations and transactions. His extensive familiarity with tech issues is built on a computer science degree and work as a ...
Steve contributes extensive business and problem-solving experience to challenges that may require litigation – or may help avoid it. Indeed, his perspective on litigation is influenced by his experience as a three-time internet start-up CEO.
Steve served on Ronald Reagan’s 1980 presidential campaign ...