Marking its first national ranking in the Chambers FinTech Guide, Pillsbury’s Fintech, Payments & Blockchain practice was recognized for the group’s commitment to advising clients on regulatory compliance, corporate and transactional work and licensing.

Identifying one of the practices’ many successful fintech matters in 2022, Chambers highlighted the firm’s representation of Larva Labs in the sale of the intellectual property of the CryptoPunks and Meebits Non-Fungible Token (NFT) collections to Yuga Labs (a transaction led by partners Ed Cavazos, Ron Fleming and Ted Powers).

Additionally, a client of the firm told Chambers: “They have a great team of attorneys and staff that can solve any legal issue in an efficient and timely manner. I am very satisfied with their work. They are very attentive to legal and regulatory trends.”

With advancements in technology over the past decade spurring a sea change in the way financial services are delivered and regulated, Pillsbury’s Fintech, Payments & Blockchain practice has been at the center of that evolution, advising businesses at the intersection of finance and technology on the unique challenges they face. The practice group has an extensive track record of advising first-movers in the fintech space and guiding clients through first-of-a-kind issues, often advising these clients from their inception. To learn more, click here.