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Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP

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Firm Management: Stephanie Breslow, David Efron, Marc Elovitz, Susan Frunzi, Eleazer Klein, Paul Roth, Alan Waldenberg, Peter White, Richard Piotrowicz (CFO), Brian Schare (COO)
Number of partners: 82 Number of lawyers: 351

Firm Overview:
As one of the leading law firms serving the financial services industry, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP serves clients from strategically located offices in New York, London and Washington, DC. The firm regularly advises clients on corporate and transactional matters and provides counsel on regulatory, compliance, enforcement and investigative issues. SRZ takes a cross-disciplinary approach to client service by employing the expertise of multiple practice groups, and the firm is recognised for its ability to develop cutting-edge solutions for its clients’ most complex legal and business challenges.

SRZ’s blockchain technology and digital assets group advises private investment funds and other investors on the implications of sponsoring or investing in initial coin offerings (ICOs), conducting transactions involving ICOs and cryptocurrencies (including Bitcoin and Ether), and managing and investing in funds that invest in cryptocurrencies or transact in blockchain projects (such as smart contracts) and digital asset initiatives that have resulted from ICOs. The firm’s lawyers have substantive experience and knowledge of the legal and regulatory considerations involving virtual and digital currency business initiatives and the blockchain technology behind them, including:

■ Securities Law
■ State & Federal Money Transmission Regulation
■ Enforcement & Litigation
■ AML Compliance
■ SEC Regulation
■ CFTC & Derivatives Regulation
■ Tax Considerations
■ State Licensing
■ Fund Formation
■ Structured Products & Derivatives Trading
■ Cybersecurity, Data Security & Privacy


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