Blockchain Solicitors & Web3 Lawyer

Legal challenges arising from blockchain technology & Web3

In the last decade, blockchain and Web3 have exponentially grown and gained mainstream attention globally since its inception in 2008. As of July 2022, it was roughly estimated that there are 83 million bitcoin explorer wallet users. In 2021, the Bank of England was considering developing its own crypto asset as a consequence of blockchains' emerging market.

However, despite its sizeable growth, blockchain is fraught with legal issues and still remains a highly volatile and speculative market. Regulation is also a problem within blockchain, which subsequently poses further risks for investors.

That is why we are providing blockchain and Web3 solicitor services to individuals and commercial entities which are seeking legal advice within the blockchain industry. Our lawyers can help with:

  • Creating and managing smart contracts, so that they are legally binding.
  • Providing advice on regulatory compliance so that companies are operating in line with current regulations.
  • Protecting a companys' intellectual property to prevent unauthorised use of its branding and technology.
  • Handling legal disputes.
  • Negotiating and drafting contracts with stakeholders.

Our blockchain solicitors services


Our blockchain solicitors are specialists in dealing with advanced dispute resolutions for personal and commercial clients. We are also highly experienced in dealing with disputes which go to tribunal, arbitration and in court. Our experts can help clients in the blockchain and Web3 industry to reach the solutions they need in an efficient and cost-effective manner.


As blockchain has grown, criminals have seen this as a potential opportunity to defraud investors of their earnings. This poses a huge risk to both new and experienced investors who may end up being caught out by convincing blockchain scams. We can provide legal support to help clients who believe they have been fraudulently cheated out of their investments.

Corporate & Commercial Agreements

The rise of blockchain has seen a growing amount of companies using the technology to aid with commercial and corporate agreements. Our experts can help provide support to clients to ensure that their agreement is legally sound.

What other technology industries can KaurMaxwell help with?

Cryptocurrency & Digital Assets 

Cryptocurrency and digital assets have seen significant growth but the landscape is still riddled with potential legal risks. We offer several crypto lawyer services to help our clients to navigate the legal and regulatory minefield of cryptocurrency and digital assets.

Explore our crypto legal services.

Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs)

NFTs are one of the most popular forms of cryptocurrencies on the market and have received considerable attention over the last few years. However, due to their cryptographic nature, it has raised several legal concerns regarding copyright and intellectual property. Our NFT solicitors work with our clients in the industry to make sure that their assets are properly protected.

Explore our NFT legal services.

Smart Contracts

Smart Contracts, which are associated with the Ethereum blockchain, are used to execute a transaction if a specific condition is met without the need for intermediaries. Our smart contract lawyers work with clients to provide sound legal advice to ensure that they are fully protected.

Explore our smart contract legal services.

Why choose KaurMaxwell for blockchain & Web3 legal support?

We are an independent law firm based in London which prides itself on delivering a first-class and unrivalled service for our clients. Our talented and specialised legal team can help both personal and commercial clients with their blockchain and Web3 legal disputes.

With expertise across different industries and platforms, our team can offer a comprehensive service to ensure that our clients feel fully represented and assured. 

What are blockchain legal services? What is a blockchain legal firm?

A blockchain legal firm provides expert advice and guidance regarding blockchain. This can include advice on emerging technologies in blockchain, cryptocurrencies, smart contracts, and general laws and regulations.

Our blockchain solicitors are happy to discuss your legal concerns regarding blockchain and Web3.

What is the difference between blockchain and Web3?

The main difference between blockchain and Web3 is that blockchain is a specific technology, while Web3 is a broader concept and vision for the future direction of the web.

Blockchain is a specific technology that is used to create decentralised, distributed ledgers for recording and verifying transactions. Web3 is a broader concept and vision for the future of the web, which is based on the idea of greater decentralisation and user control.

What is blockchain?

Blockchain is a decentralised, distributed ledger that is used to record transactions across a network of computers. However, most people associate blockchain as a form of cryptocurrency, thanks to high-profile currencies such as Ethereum. Blockchain can also be used to develop NFTs and smart contracts.

What is Web3?

Web3 is a term that is often used to refer to the next generation of the World Wide Web (web 3.0), which is also known as the "Internet of value". This term is used to describe a vision of the future in which the web will become more decentralised and users will have more control over their own data and online interactions.


What is a blockchain legal consultant?

A blockchain legal consultant provides advice on anything to do with blockchain. This can include NFTs, smart contracts, laws and regulations, and cryptocurrencies. They can also help with litigation, fraud, and commercial agreements for businesses in the blockchain industry.

How can KaurMaxwell help me?

Our blockchain solicitors can help clients in the blockchain industry to navigate its ever-changing legal landscape. We pride ourselves on offering a comprehensive and efficient service and can also assist with litigation, fraud, and commercial agreements.