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Andrew S. Glidden

Associate
  • Rochester
  • 585.231.1389
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Andrew Glidden is a member of the firm’s Securities and Capital Markets practice group. Andrew’s practice covers a wide range of matters facing technology companies, particularly in the blockchain sector.

He has represented clients on matters including:

  • Corporate formation
  • Mergers, acquisitions, and venture financing
  • Contract negotiation and drafting
  • Protocol architecture and product design
  • Open-source governance

Andrew also advises publicly held and private companies in federal and state securities law compliance matters, stock exchange listing requirements, and corporate governance matters.

Prior to joining HSE, Andrew practiced with Belcher, Smolen & Van Loo LLP in San Francisco.

While in law school, he was a co-founder and the Head of Legal Research at Blockchain@BerkeleyLaw. He was also an Honors Legal Intern with the Securities and Exchange Commission, where he conducted regulatory examinations and inspections as part of the SEC’s Cyber Unit, performed research related to the regulation of digital token instruments, and trained staff on technical and legal aspects of distributed ledger technology. In addition to his own research, Andrew has testified before the California Legislature regarding legislation facing the blockchain industry.

HONORS & AWARDS

  • University of California, Berkeley School of Law
    • Member, Berkeley Technology Law Journal
    • Frederic Bastiat Fellow, Mercatus Center at George Mason University

PUBLICATIONS

  • Author, “Distributed Ledger Technology Systems: A Conceptual Framework,” University of Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, August 13, 2018

PRACTICE AREAS

ADMISSIONS

  • California

EDUCATION

  • University of California, Berkeley School of Law, J.D.
  • University of California, Berkeley, B.S.
HSE Law
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Andrew S. Glidden
Associate
aglidden@hselaw.com
tel: 585.231.1389
fax: 585.232.2152

Andrew Glidden is a member of the firm’s Securities and Capital Markets practice group. Andrew’s practice covers a wide range of matters facing technology companies, particularly in the blockchain sector.

He has represented clients on matters including:

  • Corporate formation
  • Mergers, acquisitions, and venture financing
  • Contract negotiation and drafting
  • Protocol architecture and product design
  • Open-source governance

Andrew also advises publicly held and private companies in federal and state securities law compliance matters, stock exchange listing requirements, and corporate governance matters.

Prior to joining HSE, Andrew practiced with Belcher, Smolen & Van Loo LLP in San Francisco.

While in law school, he was a co-founder and the Head of Legal Research at Blockchain@BerkeleyLaw. He was also an Honors Legal Intern with the Securities and Exchange Commission, where he conducted regulatory examinations and inspections as part of the SEC’s Cyber Unit, performed research related to the regulation of digital token instruments, and trained staff on technical and legal aspects of distributed ledger technology. In addition to his own research, Andrew has testified before the California Legislature regarding legislation facing the blockchain industry.

Honors & Awards

  • University of California, Berkeley School of Law
    • Member, Berkeley Technology Law Journal
    • Frederic Bastiat Fellow, Mercatus Center at George Mason University

Admissions

  • California

Education

  • University of California, Berkeley School of Law, J.D.
  • University of California, Berkeley, B.S.

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