NYC Intellectual Property Lawyers

Trademarks, Copyrights, Trade Secrets & Patents

Intellectual Property Services
Service Type
Intellectual Property Services
Provider Name
Dilendorf & Khurdayan,
60 Broad Street, 24th Floor,New York,New York-10004,
Telephone No.212.757.9797
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Our IP lawyers apply their skills gained in the crypto space to find best ways of protecting the IP of innovative companies that create, acquire or use digital assets and underlying blockchain technology.

Our IP lawyers apply their skills gained in the high-tech space to find the best ways of protecting the IP of innovative companies that create, acquire, or use digital technologies, and blockchains.

We have obtained patent, trademark and copyright registrations tailored for digital technology businesses and defended IP owners against infringements.

Our expertise covers the complete IP portfolio of a FinTech, blockchain, crypto, PropTech, BioTech, telemedicine, gaming, or other innovative business, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, domains, and databases.

We also advise on the IP holding structure and the emerging data privacy and security issues.

To protect our clients’ intellectual contribution and financial investments in blockchain and other technological companies, our IP expert team will conduct a full-scope IP due diligence, register and enforce IP rights, draft and negotiate contracts for protection, development or transfer of IP.


Max Dilendorf, Esq.

Max Dilendorf’s practice involves real estate and corporate transactions, commercial litigation, and digital security offerings.

Max has more than 15 years of combined experience as a transactional attorney, commercial litigator, business consultant, and entrepreneur.  Max is a trusted legal ...


Gleb Zaslavsky, LLM

Gleb Zaslavsky’s practice involves investment and startup structuring and support, international and domestic corporate transactions in the blockchain and technology industries, and venture capital.

Gleb assists international and domestic entrepreneurs, businesses, venture investors and startups at ...


  • Outstanding Service. We place a strong emphasis on providing our clients with unparalleled customer service and delivering high-quality work product.
  • Timely Work. We understand that time is of the essence in blockchain disputes, so we work quickly to bring our clients’ matters to a successful, timely resolution.
  • Custom Solutions. We provide customized legal solutions to fit the unique needs and objectives of every client we represent.
  • Experience. We have extensive legal experience in the blockchain market, giving us a unique perspective to approaching disputes.
  • Knowledge. We have a thorough understanding of the state and federal laws implicated by virtual tokens, cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and the disputes that can arise involving them.


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