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Ingrid Rechtin

Ingrid Rechtin provides strategic legal advice to public and private companies in the life sciences, technology, and fintech sectors, ranging from start-ups to global corporations.

Her experience includes:

  • joint ventures
  • mergers and acquisitions, including product divestitures
  • corporate venture capital
  • financings, including development funding transactions
  • licensing and complex commercial transactions
  • general corporate matters.

In addition, Ms. Rechtin has advised on numerous strategic investments in IP, including:

  • acquisitions and divestitures of patent portfolios; and
  • complex patent monetization transactions.

Ms. Rechtin is also co-chair of Covington’s Fintech Initiative, and collaborates with the firm’s global, interdisciplinary team of corporate, bank regulatory, consumer protection, privacy, cybersecurity, litigation, and tech transactions attorneys to provide sophisticated counsel in all areas affecting the fintech industry, including matters involving blockchain.

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New York State Passes Legislation to Form a Cryptocurrency Task Force

New York has enacted the Digital Currency Study Bill, which will establish a digital currency task force and provide the governor and the state legislature information “on the effects of the widespread use of cryptocurrencies and other forms of digital currencies and their ancillary systems in the state.”  The task force will conduct an extensive … Continue Reading

California Considers a New Blockchain-Related Bill

California has taken a conservative step on the path to greater regulation of blockchain technology or legal recognition of blockchain-secured data.  On May 18, an amended bill was referred to the State Assembly Appropriations Committee for review that would provide for the establishment of a blockchain working group to evaluate “the potential uses, risks, and … Continue Reading