Financial Technology (FinTech) and Block Chain / Distributed Ledger

Our interdisciplinary Fintech practice leverages CM’s substantial expertise in corporate, financial services, intellectual property and technology law for the benefit of our clients.

CM advises entrepreneurs and investors in Fintech about early stage and ongoing investment strategies, capital markets and securities, and myriad financing structures.

Our Financial Regulatory lawyers are experienced in navigating federal and state regulatory regimes –  from those involving CFIUS, OFAC and other federal sanctions to consumer protection – to provide expert representation on compliance issues and in handling investigations and enforcement actions.

CM’S Cybersecurity & Data Privacy attorneys provide advisory and ongoing compliance advice to clients engaged in the Fintech industry, whether U.S. or international.

Our Intellectual Property attorneys counsel Fintech clients as to how to protect and exploit trade secrets and other IP related to technology platforms and other assets.

Our Technology attorneys handle a wide range of transactions, including those involving digital platforms, mobile identification verification, mobile pay, IaaS, SaaS and outsourcing, among others.

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