The Ever-Complex World of ICOs Regulations: How to Maximize Opportunities and Mitigate Risks

Production Date: Tuesday, November 05, 2019 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (ET)
M. Ridgway Barker
Dale A. Werts


About Withersworldwide

Founded over 100 years ago, Withers is a leading international law firm for global businesses, their equity and debt stakeholders, and the executives who manage them. The firm is one of the largest tax law firms in the world and consists of over 160 partners supported by more than 1,000 people across 18 strategically located international offices.

Its global corporate team has the depth and diversity of knowledge to advise on issues that arise over the entire life cycle of a company, from securing initial investment and raising follow on equity and debt capital privately and publicly, to structuring executive and incentive compensation, protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights and day-to-day operational issues, and managing complex governance issues, to completing mergers, acquisitions and exit strategies. They excel at working with corporate clients both large and small, new and long-established and domestic and international. With their unique in-house as well as law firm experience, they focus on anticipating issues and finding solutions, efficiently and cost-effectively.


About Lathrop Gage

Founded in Kansas City, Missouri in 1873, Lathrop Gage is a 250-lawyer AmLaw Second Hundred firm with offices in 10 cities from Los Angeles to Boston. Our attorneys provide strategic guidance in litigation, business and intellectual property law. From the research lab to the factory floor, from oil fields to skyscrapers, our clients are the backbone of our economy. For more than a century, it has been our privilege and our passion to help them achieve their most important ambitions. We look beyond purely legal issues to understand your industry, your competitive landscape, your aspirations as well as your challenges. Lathrop Gage prides itself on being an innovative firm by encouraging growth of modern legal services and the hiring of like-minded legal professionals.

Lathrop Gage LLP and Gray Plant Mooty will merge on January 1, 2020, forming Lathrop GPM LLP. The combination will expand client services, deepen both firms’ core in the Midwest and provide a wider national platform.