Blake Rizzo is a blockchain and digital security attorney that counsels his clients and offers practical solutions in the ever-changing world of blockchain technology, digital currencies, STOs and the tokenization of assets. He helps his clients navigate the process of creating, marketing and launching STOs and asset-based tokens, and providing post-launch legal support. Blake advises his clients on the demanding and quick-changing regulatory processes and laws that currently exist, to ensure that STOs comply with all US and federal laws governing digital assets and cryptocurrencies.
Blake has over 22 years of extensive legal experience in commercial law and is also able to help his clients structure and finalize complicated business transactions in the FinTech space. Prior to starting his own firm, Blake was a partner in the bankruptcy and commercial litigation section of McCloskey Roberson. There, his practice focused on complex commercial litigation issues that arise in business and bankruptcy cases. He uses his bankruptcy litigation experience to assist companies, chapter 7 trustees, individuals, creditors and debtors in complex problems that arise in personal and business bankruptcy cases. In the commercial context, Mr. Rizzo has significant litigation experience in breach of fiduciary duty, trade secret misappropriation and construction defect lawsuits, among others.
Blake is also a legal advisor to the LTC Foundation, General Counsel of the Houston Blockchain Alliance and the Co-Founder and Charity Affairs Advisor for the Tour De Crypto.