Perkins Coie Joins GBA


Perkins Coie has joined GBA as a new Corporate Member.

Perkins Coie is an international law firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and founded in 1912. Recognized as an Am Law 50 firm, it is the largest law firm headquartered in the Pacific Northwest and has 20 offices across the United States and in China and Taiwan. The firm provides corporate, commercial litigation, intellectual property, and regulatory legal advice to a broad range of clients, including many of the world’s most innovative companies like Amazon, Google, Intel, Spotify, Facebook, and Twitter. In addition to corporate representation, the firm often represents political clients and is known for its pro bono work.  GBA looks forward to great synergy and collaboration with Perkins Coie as their newest Corporate Member in this partnership for digital growth.

Why join the Government Blockchain Association (GBA)?

The GBA has over 50 Working Groups and Communities of Interest along with over 100 chapters around the world. These communities give Perkins Coie professionals an opportunity to connect, communicate, and collaborate with global leaders in blockchain. Here are just a few examples:

  • The GBA is hosting the Future of Money, Governance, and the Law at the United States Capitol during Government Blockchain Week. The week also includes GBA certified legal specialist courses at the United States Library of Congress and several other events at international embassies, government offices, and other impressive venues. 
  • The GBA Legal Working Group brings together public and private sector policymakers, administrators, leaders, and practitioners to collaborate on legal issues related to blockchain. These include legal impacts of decentralized autonomous organizations, privacy, intellectual property, anti-trust, and financial regulatory issues.
  • GBA WorkingGroups produce work products and events that have global recognition as being world-class. participating in these efforts reflects very positively on the members of these groups.

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