Gamma Law’s diverse team brings relevant experience in video games, intellectual property, artist representation, investment banking, blockchain, and cryptocurrency law to the non-fungible token (NFT) working group. Our attorneys were among the first in the legal profession to recognize the technological and economic potential of NFTs as applied to the worlds of gaming and art. We were also quick to discern and address the legal and regulatory challenges the budding industry presents to stakeholders in the space. Our background in digital media and other related technologies uniquely positions Gamma Law to negotiate and secure optimal terms for our clients.
As NFTs began to gain momentum as secure methods for buying, displaying, and selling digital property and ownership, Gamma Law established itself as a leading advocate for NFT use cases and stakeholders including visual and performance artists, collectors, and athletes as well as the investors and platforms that make NFTs such lucrative assets. Gamma Law’s crypto and blockchain lawyers advise and counsel NFT-focused startups and entrepreneurs as well as established businesses interested in utilizing NFTs to expand their revenue streams. Our industry-wide expertise extends to tokenization of artwork and other assets, financial modeling, contracts and licensing agreements, taxation, copyright, IP, and trademark registration and protection.
Experts in NFT-Related Businesses
Grounded in nearly a half-century of combined experience supporting cutting-edge companies in the fast-moving technology and content organizations, Gamma Law’s attorneys are experts in the workings of cryptocurrency markets and blockchain documentation. We leverage this background to help our clients to structure and execute NFT launches, purchases, distribution arrangements, and more. Our recent work includes researching and advising on ever-changing and jurisdiction-dependent NFT-related regulations; contract drafting and terms agreement; compiling end-user license agreements (EULAs) and data security policies; auditing Know Your Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance documents; and negotiating primary, secondary sales and revenue splits.
Led by Managing Partner David Hoppe, with nearly 20 years of experience in video games law and deep experience as a securities and international transactional lawyer, Gamma Law was an early mover in the blockchain, crypto, and NFT sectors. Our extensive record of assisting technology and content businesses provides the skills and resources we need to provide expert legal guidance to clients regarding all aspects of NFT development and commercialization.
Gamma Law’s international experience and cross-border transactional expertise uniquely position our lawyers to counsel clients on NFT sales and purchases, which are conducted across borderless blockchain and crypto networks, requiring a network of relationships in various jurisdictions to provide comprehensive advice, not limited to the laws of a single country.
Virtual General Counsel Services
Gamma Law provides turnkey virtual general counsel services to companies in the NFT arena. We manage both high-value transactions as well as day-to-day legal matters, freeing executives to focus on their businesses.
Contact us to learn more about Gamma Law’s crypto and blockchain practice to discuss how we can help you achieve your objectives.
- Advised a major international hospitality company on a tokenization program relating to high-profile physical assets tradeable within and outside of a virtual world.
- Advised a major international character licensor in connection with a large-budget blockchain collectibles game.
- Supported a blockchain game developer in connection with an offshore token offering
- Continuing representation as outside general counsel for an AR/crypto startup, including advising on innovative NFT models.
- Advised a startup in connection with an AR-based platform for NFT characters.
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