The 2023 edition of Chambers Fintech has recognized Goodwin’s Fintech practice for excellence and named partners Grant Fondo and Karen Ubell as leading lawyers in the field. The comprehensive guide evaluates Fintech practices and practitioners around the world based on independent research and hundreds of in-depth interviews with highly regarded lawyers, clients, and experts.
Goodwin’s Fintech team advises more than 40% of the Forbes Fintech 50 companies. With nearly 200 lawyers across practices and geographies, the practice works with financial institutions, strategic investors, and cutting-edge technology companies on transactional, regulatory, and litigation matters.
The publication ranked Goodwin as a top firm in the United States for Fintech Legal, Crypto-Asset Disputes, and Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies. Called a “go-to firm” by clients, Goodwin lawyers were praised for providing “targeted, business-first advice,” and being “masters of their legal trade, and also of technology.”
Fondo is ranked for his work in Crypto-Asset Disputes and Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies. He is the founder and co-chair of Goodwin’s Digital Currency & Blockchain practice, and possesses extensive experience representing technology, Fintech, blockchain, digital currency, private equity, and venture capital clients in a wide range of regulatory and contested matters.
Ubell is ranked as a leading lawyer in Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies. She is a partner in Goodwin’s Technology group and co-chair of the Digital Currency & Blockchain practice, focusing primarily on transactions and regulatory compliance in connection with the implementation and adoption of novel technologies, including but not limited to blockchain, distributed networks, cryptocurrencies, and digital assets.
To read more about Goodwin’s rankings, visit Chambers Fintech 2023.