Keystone Law has been ranked in Chambers FinTech Guide 2024 for its work and expertise in the Crypto-Assets Disputes sphere. Crypto fraud partner Louise Abbott was also recognised in the Guide as a Notable Practitioner for her extensive experience advising on cryptocurrency fraud.
The firm is noted by the directory as being active in civil litigation and the recovery of crypto assets stolen via fraud, with a focus on financial crime cases involving cryptocurrency, including cross-border asset recovery projects.
Keystone Law’s Cryptocurrency & Digital Assets team includes crypto fraud partner Louise Abbott, intellectual property solicitor Alexander Carter-Silk, financial services partner Rabya Anwar, financial services solicitor Jennifer Donohue, financial services solicitor Chris Botsman, financial services and banking partner Tony Watts, banking and finance partner Chris Willison, crypto assets partner Dan Hyde, crypto assets and financial regulation solicitor Leon Hurd, commercial litigation partner Nick Scott, and crypto assets partner Will Charlesworth.
This recognition follows a successful year for the firm in the Chambers and Partners Guide 2024, with a record number of practice areas and lawyers ranked.
Keystone’s multi-disciplinary Cryptocurrency & Digital Assets practice include lawyers with expertise in areas such as the financial regulation of cryptocurrencies, fraud and financial crime, NFTs, and the technological development of cryptocurrencies and digital assets.