The Gordon Law Group works with individuals, entrepreneurs, and businesses in the blockchain and fintech space. And as an industry consultant, we regularly advise on initial coin offerings.
We’ll help: choose the best jurisdiction to incorporate; structure your ICO so it complies with local, federal, and international regulations; develop a plan to leverage available deductions, credits, gifting, and donation tactics to keep as much money in your coffers as possible, while remaining compliant.
An ICO is suing its law firm over advice that invited SEC trouble. Is it a valid case? Can you do the same? Will these cases withstand court scrutiny?Read »
The United States Securities and Exchange Commission qualified two crypto-token offerings under Regulation A+. Would your startup qualify?Read »
The SEC sued Kik. It's a financial securities law inflection point. The case will impact how “common enterprise" is defined when in comes to crypto.Read »
Initial coin offerings are becoming more popular. As a result, ICO lawsuits are also on the rise. In this post, we go over a typical ICO lawsuit.Read »
The chairmen of the Securities and Exchange Commission made it clear that the agency uses the Howey test to determine if an ICO is a security.Read »
The Howey Test is the standard judges use to determine if an ICO qualifies as a security under SEC rules. Click for a plain-English overview of the rule.Read »
In an unexpected announcement, the Blockvest judge reversed his ruling. The decision clarifies ICO law and the parameters for crypto securities.Read »
The Securities and Exchange Commission issued another clarifying crypto memo at the end of 2018. Let's take a look at the takeaways.Read »
The Securities and Exchange Commission doesn't always win its' ICO investigation cases. Jump in for an example and an ICO lawyer contact.Read »