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Blockchain

Building the future, block by block.

As the competitive pressure to utilize blockchain technology grows, Husch Blackwell guides businesses in managing risk, protecting innovations and navigating regulatory challenges that accompany the adoption of blockchain.

Our team advises established and emerging companies on legal issues surrounding blockchain, including smart contracts, strategic intellectual property protection, data privacy implications and liability and regulatory challenges.

Representative Experience

  • Advised the founders of CULedger, a technology company that sought to bring blockchain solutions to the credit union industry. Our team organized the company and drafted a complex operating agreement that took into account state and federal regulations and the unique governance approaches of CULedger’s company’s credit union owners. We prepared a private placement memo and drafted licensing and other technology agreements with third parties. Financing was successful, and CULedger was on its way to developing applications using the power of blockchain to serve credit unions and their members.
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Alerts | November 09, 2021
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