Blockchain Litigation

KSTechLaw provides a broad array of creative, custom-tailored legal solutions for resolving disputes and addressing government actions that involve participants in the blockchain market, including FinTech startups and service providers, digital token issuers, and their owners, executives, customers and investors.

Our attorneys have background and experience in complex corporate litigation and dispute resolution and, at the same time, have been deeply involved in the blockchain, cryptocurrencies and digital token compliance since early 2017.

KSTechLaw is uniquely positioned to represent clients in legal disputes involving blockchain technology with the required procedural and technological expertise. 

Offering a Comprehensive Suite of Dispute-Resolution Services

KSTechLaw attorneys provide dispute-resolution services that are tailored to each client’s circumstances and sensitive to his or her ongoing business needs and goals. We have built our blockchain-related dispute resolution practice on our extensive experience in complex business litigation, as well as blockchain and crypto compliance. We know how blockchain businesses work from the inside. We have negotiated and closed numerous transactions involving crypto, drafted and reviewed governance documents and agreements involving partnerships, corporations, and other entities in the blockchain industry.

To minimize the disruption to our clients’ businesses and lives caused by legal disputes, we assess and address the resolution of such conflicts diligently and expeditiously. We pursue our clients’ goals through all available legal tools, including negotiation and settlement, arbitration (including JAMS) and, if necessary, offensive and defensive litigation in state and federal courts, including New York State Supreme Court and federal court at the Southern District of New York (SDNY).


Handled and defended diverse prosecutorial and regulatory matters, including investigations and subpoenas by the Department of Justice, SEC, IRS, FINRA, New York Attorney General, and New York County (Manhattan) District Attorney.

Won complete dismissal of SEC enforcement action litigated in federal court. See Sec. & Exch. Comm’n v. Gentile, 2017 WL 6371301 (D.N.J. Dec. 13, 2017).

Won three-week federal court counterfeit fraud trial, including an award of punitive damages, which was upheld by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. See Koch v. Greenberg, 14 F. Supp. 3d 247 (S.D.N.Y. 2014), aff’d, 626 F. App’x 335 (2d Cir. 2015).

Successfully defended alleged federal copyright infringement action, with plaintiff entirely walking away from the claim.

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