Chambers FinTech has recognized Goodwin’s Fintech practice and partner Grant Fondo for excellence. The 2020 edition of the comprehensive guide ranks leading Fintech professionals around the world. The results are based on several months of research by a dedicated, independent team conducting hundreds of in-depth interviews with leading innovators and experts.
The publication ranked Goodwin as a leading United States law firm, noting that its “well known for its proficiency in advising large investment funds, digital payments clients and lending companies.” It also highlighted Goodwin’s “strong litigation practice,” experience with “government regulatory departments,” and ability to “understand the tech.”
Chambers FinTech ranked Fondo as a leading lawyer in the United States Blockchain & Cryptocurrency arena, praising his “breadth of experience” and capacity to leverage “his experience as a federal prosecutor to effectively guide clients on enforcements actions.” Fondo is the founder and Co-Chair of Goodwin’s Digital Currency & Blockchain Technology practice, where he represents technology, Fintech, blockchain, digital currency, private equity, and venture capital clients in a wide range of regulatory and contested matters.