Blockchain Global Industry Association Partners with Cutting-Edge Blockchain LegalTech Co.
NEW YORK— The Government Blockchain Association (GBA), the largest government blockchain association in the world is excited to announce it’s partnership with the first-to-market, innovative BlockDrop technology as a legal tool.
BlockDrop provides a cutting-edge document automation platform tailored to the crypto and blockchain space, offering industry-specific document generation while using best-in-class technology integrated with lawyers in mind.
“As the first legal technology resource exclusively for the new and exciting blockchain industry, we are eager to engage with the GBA in this meaningful partnership. The GBA reflects a growing desire to learn and become more directly involved in a wide variety of blockchain-related projects and thought leading on a global scale. We are proud to form this partnership with GBA and offer exclusive benefits to its membership for their subscriptions to BlockDrop resources.” says Jeffrey Knight, President and Founder of BlockDrop.
Use of the BlockDrop platform enables both in-house counsel and private law firms accelerated access to industry-focused content curated and maintained by experienced practitioners in the sector.
Gerard Dache, GBA President says that “BlockDrop helps organizations navigate the legal and regulatory landscape by containing costs, and making it easy to address complex compliance issues”.
Using the BlockDrop platform, lawyers have a reliable, institutional resources to educate and counsel clients in the blockchain industry, build a blockchain practice group, standardize work product, and develop efficiencies for volume practices to enable them to compete with more established and larger blockchain practices. Given that the broad GBA membership is comprised of many smaller organizations, this value proposition is a perfect complement for the utility of GBA members.
BlockDrop offers much needed support to lawyers in private practice and in-house departments seeking to reliably service the blockchain industry with a high level of technical competence as well as work product that reflects “what’s market” for the industry today and into the future.
BlockDrop is led by its President and Founder Jeffrey D. Knight, who left a career as a corporate lawyer where he himself handled a wide array of blockchain and cryptocurrency-related legal matters. The company also boasts a team of advisors featuring decorated legal resumés, including Joshua Klayman, Esq., of Inflection Point Law, Inc. and Klayman, LLC; Charles Nesson, William Weld Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and the founder of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society; Steve Roach, formerly legal compliance lead for Citi; Ellen McCarthy, Esq., of VMS Chief Compliance & Risk Officer, formerly government regulatory counsel as well as counsel at the New York Stock Exchange; and Katrin Kuhlmann, the President and Founder of law and development nonprofit New Markets Lab, as well as a lecturer at Harvard Law School and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center and many more.
GBA is a global nonprofit business league with chapters in over 90 cities around the world and thousands of blockchain professionals. GBA brings together government and private industry leaders to solve problems facing local, state/provincial, national and international governments. GBA working groups focus on virtually every use case faced by governments around the world including asset management, compliance, contracts, cybersecurity, grants, intelligence, law enforcement, licensing, permitting, supply chain, voting and many more. GBA member organizations provide GBA certified blockchain training and consulting in various industries. GBA is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia. More information is at www.GBAglobal.org.