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Bull Blockchain Law is a firm of experienced lawyers focusing on blockchain and cryptocurrency law. 

The background of the members of this law firm includes direct experience as technologists and entrepreneurs, making them uniquely qualified to advise clients on all things related to blockchain and cryptocurrency including practice areas such as Fintech, fund formation, digital assets, securities and token offerings as well as business structuring and governance, real estate transactions, money transmitter licensing, data security and privacy and intellectual property. 

Partner Tyler Harttraft, Esq., a member of the American Bar Association’s Trademarks and Unfair Competition Division, regularly counsels global and domestic clients on regulatory and compliance requirements regarding blockchain and cryptocurrency. He offers clarity to their law firm clients looking to navigate the complex federal regulations enforced by FinCEN, the SEC and the CFTC, as well as overlapping state laws and regulations surrounding blockchain and cryptocurrency.

Especially prized by start-ups, Harttraft advises on commercial transactions, negotiating and drafting IP licensing agreements, preparing and filing trademark applications and developing protective website policies and brand protection strategies for those in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industries. He has also helped clients resolve legal disputes related to counterfeiting, infringement, unfair competition, false advertising, trade secrets and licensing disputes.

As a sought-after thought leader regarding the regulation of digital securities, Harttraft frequently provides industry-leading insights regarding these offerings as well as fundraising and crowdfunding strategies. With speeches and authorships, he educates on regulations and how they apply to new business models while he advocates for clarity in rule-making for virtual currencies, digital assets and emerging technologies. 

Notable recent achievements include advising various clients in private offerings of securities in excess of $150 million, counseling the first real estate fund to issue $15 million in digital securities to raise funds for net lease properties, and advising a prominent crypto index fund conducting a private securities offering under Regulation D/Regulation S.

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