Sam Boro advises fintech companies, banks, merchants, and marketplaces in the development and launch of new payment products and services. He supports clients in negotiating agreements and partnerships, understanding regulatory compliance issues, and designing smooth user interfaces.
Joseph Cutler helps evaluate the regulatory exposure and compliance paths for emerging distributed ledger technology companies, cryptocurrency exchanges and token-based projects. Joe helps companies navigate the regulatory thickets surrounding token sales, digital and self-sovereign identity, IoT/AI/blockchain convergence and the business of blockchain.
Dax Hansen has an extensive background in payment systems and products, and he regularly resolves the related complex regulatory, consumer protection and business issues that arise. His practice emphasis includes IT, payments and international business transactions, including mobile financial services and m-commerce, online business, software and technology licensing, and Japanese business transactions. Dax’s clients include payment service providers, wireless carriers, online and physical retailers, social networking companies, online service providers, software application developers and hardware manufacturers.
Sarah Shtylman advises innovators in the fintech and blockchain industries, and her clients range from entrepreneurs and startups to big tech and regulated financial institutions. With experience in both financial services regulatory issues and in transactional matters, Sarah counsels on a variety of regulatory, commercial, compliance, and product development projects—including non-fungible tokens (NFTs), regulated digital asset platforms, in-game currencies, and payment services integrations.
Ross Handler counsels fintech, nonbank, and financial services institutions on compliance with state and federal finance laws. He advises financial services clients on money transmission and consumer and commercial lending laws related to the offering and operation of financial products and services, including credit, debit and prepaid cards, and other consumer lending constructs.
Sam Klein focuses on technology transactions across a variety of industries, including cloud services, e-commerce, energy, financial services, fintech, software, and telecommunications. He has experience drafting and negotiating agreements involving intellectual property (IP) rights and licensing, as well as assisting with matters related to payments and money transmission.