Greg Karch is a licensed Florida attorney with WorldBlock Legal, P.A. In 2014, Greg developed a keen interest in cryptocurrency, blockchain, ICO’s, and smart contracts and since has diligently worked to consistently advance his expertise in the space over the years. His law practice is focused on cyrpto and blockchain business transactions from formation to dissolution, including corporate law, business formation, capitalization, and governance, business succession planning, business restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, advanced business finance, private equity transactions, initial coin offerings, and securities regulation. His practice also includes intellectual property law, focusing on cyberlaw, cybersecurity, trademark, copyright, trade secrets and IP licensing agreements.
He continues to explore the developing legal framework surrounding emerging fintech innovation, including cryptocurrency, blockchain technology, smart contracts, ICO’s, and equity crowdfunding and the how emerging technology can be applied to business transactions. This blog is designed to share his findings and provide his thoughts and insights related to emerging law and public policy.
He graduated cum laude from Florida A&M University School of Law, where he served as a senior editor on the Florida A&M Law Review in 2015. He completed an LL.M. in Business Transactions from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2017.
Prior to law school, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado State University in 1993 and, while serving in the United States Navy, earned a Master of Public Administration degree from Troy University in 1994.
Greg has published several scholarly articles related to business transactions, touching on digital currency, blockchain, smart contracts, due diligence, risk management and cost controls.