Marc has leveraged his strong corporate and securities law background and his near obsession with blockchain technology to build a practice advising blockchain companies on a breadth of issues, including ICOs, smart contracts, and cryptocurrency laws. He is often invited as a speaker on issues relating to blockchain technology, especially to educate on constant developments in blockchain and ICO regulations. Marc Boiron was trained in Delaware law at Richards, Layton & Finger, one of the most recognized law firms in the country by other lawyers. A significant number of California technology and other companies are incorporated in Delaware. When large sums of money are involved - raising capital, acquiring a business, restructuring a business, or implementing equity compensation - you want Delaware law expertise to avoid problems. The same is true when little money is flowing but the stakes are high - corporate governance issues or family business disputes - Delaware law expertise is key. You want a Delaware lawyer who can guide you through the complexities of Delaware law and, of equal importance, the differences with California law. Ideally, your lawyer will have the backing of a full-service California law firm. As one of a few attorneys who know the intricacies of Delaware law and securities laws, he gives informed advice to businesses on: • Forming companies in California and Delaware • Raising capital from angel investors, family offices, venture capital firms, private equity firms, crowdfunding sources (Reg CF and Reg A+), and initial coin offerings (ICOs) • Buying or selling companies through stock sales and asset sales • Corporate governance (board and shareholder issues) Prior to doing a joint JD/MBA, Marc earned a tennis scholarship at an NCAA Division I program with a top 25 ranked team in the nation. Intense training translated into disciplined preparation, persistence, competitiveness and strategic thinking that benefits Marc's clients.