Tag Archives: fintech

Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Newsletter – Spring/Summer 2019

In this Spring/Summer 2019 newsletter, Greenberg Traurig’s Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Practice covers the latest developments in digital assets, utility tokens, security tokens, convertible virtual currencies, smart contracts, initial coin offerings, crypto investment regulation, and more, both in the United States and around the globe. Our team stays abreast of existing laws, recent enforcement actions, and … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig Recognized in Chambers and Partners 2019 FinTech Guide

Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP was ranked in the legal category of the Chambers and Partners 2019 FinTech Guide in both U.S. and Japan jurisdictions. In addition, the following shareholders were listed as notable practitioners: Barbara A. Jones (Los Angeles, U.S.) Carl A. Fornaris (Miami, U.S.) Viola Bensinger (Berlin, Germany) David Greenberg (New York, U.S.) Koichiro Ohashi (Tokyo, Japan) The Fintech Guide describes the firm in … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig to Host the Second Atlanta-Israel FinTech Innovation Conference

May 22-23, 2017, Greenberg Traurig’s Atlanta office will host the second Atlanta-Israel FinTech Innovation Conference. With over 100 guests expected, the conference brings together both U.S. and Israeli companies seeking synergy and collaboration opportunities. U.S. companies attend in search of “cutting edge” Israeli technologies and Israelis leverage the event to showcase their technologies and make … Continue Reading

June 28-29: Atlanta-Israel Fintech Innovation Conference

Greenberg Traurig will be co-sponsoring a unique event bringing together leading FinTech companies from Atlanta and Israel. Led by Atlanta shareholder, David Schulman, the event aims to match Atlanta-based international FinTech corporations with cutting-edge Israeli technology companies in the field, including companies that offer card processing, electronic billing, and multi-channel solutions to the banking industry, as … Continue Reading
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