Brylski Law, PLLC serves all small startups and growth companies, particularly those engaged in technology and finance.
File for the BitLicense in New York and other states that adopt regulations specific to digital currencies.
File for money transmission licensing at the federal and state levels.
Implement Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know-Your-Customer (KYC) programs to ensure compliance with state and federal regulation.
License and sell your software to consumers, businesses, and government agencies.
Protect your hosted customer data through contractual obligations.
Protect your intellectual property with federal trademark registration and infringement defense.
Incorporate your company to shield individual directors from liability and distribute equity.
Real Estate Leases
Establish a physical presence by obtaining your own office or retail space.
Contract with vendors for supplies or other businesses as customers.
Hire new employees to start and grow your company.
Providing Legal Solutions Through Deep Understanding of Digital Currency Technology and Regulation
Samuel Brylski, Founder
Samuel Brylski is a member of the New York Bar and a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School with a concentration in corporate and securities law. He has closely followed the development of digital currency regulation since governments first began taking notice and is fascinated to observe the creation of a novel legal field.
Samuel has successfully counseled a number of startups, both inside and outside the digital currency industry, and also has experience in law and compliance for a major investment bank and a global software company.
University of Minnesota Law School, JD, 2014
University of Wisconsin-Madison, BA Economics, 2010
Member of the New York Bar
FINRA Series 7
FINRA Series 63