Technology has been more than an innovator in the financial services industry, as evidenced by sweeping legal changes and increased product scrutiny. In response, Kilpatrick Townsend’s Fintech Blog provides news, insights, and analysis on legal developments affecting innovative companies involving corporate transactions, commercial litigation, intellectual property protection, regulatory compliance, and litigation matters arising from the intersection of financial services and technology.
With diverse backgrounds and proven experience, Kilpatrick Townsend’s team of fintech attorneys draws from a wealth of technical knowledge related to payment systems and marketplace lending to assist a wide range of clients — startups, emerging growth companies, mature public corporations, private equity and venture investors, banks, and other financial institutions — in navigating this rapidly-evolving sector. As such, our services cover all aspects of complex regulatory, compliance, transaction, investment, and consumer protection involving fintech-related matters. We work with startups, emerging growth companies, mature public corporations, private equity and venture investors, and banks and other financial institutions in acquisitions, patents, outsourcing, commercial disputes, developing new products and services and maintaining compliance with a wide variety of regulatory frameworks. Our attorneys provide advice and counseling, as well as advocacy in disputes on a wide range of issues, including chartering of financial institutions and associated state licensing, trade secrets, patents and trademarks, consumer protection laws, insurance recovery, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and data and cybersecurity compliance and remediation. We also represent companies facing investigations and other enforcement actions.
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