Blockchain Legal Specialist Lilya Tessler Joins Sidley as Partner in New York


Sidney Austin LLP today declared the entry of Lilya Tessler as a partner, as she joins the firm as the head of blockchain and Fintech in New York. Tessler joins the firm from McDermott, Will & Emery, where she spearheaded the Blockchain and Fintech group.

As a key personality in the Fintech space, Tessler concentrates in her skill which involves representing virtual asset trading stands, fiscal service companies, innovative technology companies, as well as leaders of crypto funds. In addition, Tessler also offers consultancy services to technology firms on SEC registered and exempt blockchain token contributions.

Tessler has a vast experience in matters cryptocurrencies as well as blockchain technology. This perfectly aligns with the Fintech industry, where there are dynamic innovations. She provides her clients with a wide-ranging methodology to formulation as well as implementation approaches to address situations that necessitate investments and technology.

According to Sam Gandhi, the managing partner of Sidney’s New York office, there is strong belief that Tessler’s competences and profound understanding of Fintech and interrelated issues will go a long way in strengthening the company’s multidisciplinary approach to their work with their clients.

This is vital particularly in the fast-developing areas where blockchain and virtual assets are concerned. Being a certified accountant, Tessler will also be of great assistance when it comes to dispute resolutions with great emphasis on the implications of international technology transactions.

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