Greenspoon Marder Law Firm Hires Katya Fisher To Lead New Blockchain Division

Job Appointments | April 23, 2019 By:

Law firm Greenspoon Marder has hired Katya Fisher to lead its new Blockchain, Digital Assets and Technology Transactions practice group.

Greenspoon Marder is a national full-service business law firm with 240 attorneys and 26 locations across the United States. The law firm serves Fortune 500, middle-market public and private companies, start-ups, emerging businesses, individuals and entrepreneurs nationwide.

The newly launched Blockchain, Digital Assets & Technology Transactions practice group will advise clients across the globe on an array of blockchain and related matters. Fisher, who will be joining the firm’s Miami office, will be the Practice Group Leader of the new group. She will represent clients in a broad range of corporate matters and technology transactions and advise clients with respect to legal matters in the blockchain and digital assets industries.

Having provided legal counsel to international technology and media companies, Fisher has represented numerous high profile entrepreneurs, executives and celebrities in US immigration matters and in 2016 won a USCIS appeal, Matter of Y-S, on behalf of her client.

“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,” said Michael Marder, co-managing director of Greenspoon Marder.

According to the law firm, its multidisciplinary approach and extensive experience in a variety of related practices, including 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 them to better assist their clients in navigating the opportunities that arise and attain their strategic goals through the use of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies.

“Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize the way the world does business,” said Gerry Greenspoon, co-managing director of Greenspoon Marder. “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.”