Spencer West Announces Publication of ‘Legal Aspects of Cryptocurrency in the UK’ by Blake O’Donnell with Bloomsbury Press

13 February 2024

Spencer West is excited to announce the upcoming release of ‘Legal Aspects of Cryptocurrency in the UK’, authored by the firm’s partner Blake O’Donnell and published by Bloomsbury Press. Set to launch on February 22, 2024, this comprehensive guide is tailored for legal practitioners, policymakers, and academics grappling with the intricate legal terrain of cryptocurrency and digital assets in the United Kingdom.

In ‘Legal Aspects of Cryptocurrency in the UK’, Blake O’Donnell meticulously dissects the complex legal framework governing cryptocurrency, spanning regulatory matters, taxation, and legal hurdles. From demystifying cryptocurrency and its underlying technology to dissecting regulatory nuances and confronting issues like money laundering and terrorist financing, the book offers a thorough exploration of the legal landscape in the UK.

With a pragmatic approach and expert analysis, ‘Legal Aspects of Cryptocurrency in the UK’ also looks ahead to the future of cryptocurrency, digital assets, and blockchain technology in the UK, providing invaluable insights into potential industry impacts stemming from legal and regulatory shifts.

Backed by Blake O’Donnell’s deep expertise, ‘Legal Aspects of Cryptocurrency in the UK’ serves as an indispensable tool for anyone seeking clarity on the legal intricacies of cryptocurrency. Offering detailed analysis, practical advice, and forward-thinking perspectives, this book is poised to become a trusted reference in the field.

The book is now available for purchase at the following link: https://www.bloomsburyprofessional.com/uk/legal-aspects-of-cryptocurrency-in-the-uk-9781526528926/

Blake O’Donnell
Partner - Cryptoassets and Real Estate
Blake O'Donnell is a Partner Solicitor at Spencer West. He specialises in commercial real estate and is highly experienced with financing, restructurings, disposals in contentious scenarios and handling estate transactions of over £1 billion.