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Crypto & Digital Assets Disputes

Our crypto and digital asset dispute lawyers have deep technical knowledge of the sector and the technology powering it alongside vast experience in navigating the commercial and legal complexities. Where fraud has occurred, we move fast to secure and recover stolen digital assets. 

Overview

As a market leader in crypto and digital assets disputes, ranked as Band 1 by Chambers & Partners for Crypto-Asset Disputes, we act on a wide range of disputes relating to digital assets.

We will work with you on matters of cryptocurrency and non-fungible tokens, those relating to fraud, regulatory perimeters of such assets, investor and joint venture agreements and any commercial disputes relating to them. 

Our focus is to resolve your crypto and digital assets disputes as quickly and effectively as possible. We work closely with our tax experts on disposals or acquisitions of crypto and the tax implications of operating online crypto marketplaces. Working closely with our teams of specialist lawyers we support you with insurance policy wording related to digital assets, regulatory issues and terms and conditions covering the sale of NFTs and digital artworks. 

The breadth and depth of our expertise ensures we are best placed to respond to your matters of stolen digital assets or fraud – quickly. 

Get in touch to find out how we can help you directly.

Get in touch

Dan Wyatt

Partner

+44 20 3060 6585

London

Dan Wyatt

Jonathan Crompton

Partner

+852 2216 7173

Hong Kong

Jonathan Crompton

CFAAR

In addition we are founding members of the Crypto Fraud and Asset Recovery (CFAAR) network.

CFAAR comprises lawyers, barristers, forensic accountants, corporate intelligence and asset recovery professionals whose purpose is developing and sharing best practice in the crypto sphere while placing UK and common jaw jurisdictions at centre stage for global crypto dispute resolution.  

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