Loeb & Loeb creates new Web 3.0 manager position to help clients with blockchain projects

US firm Loeb & Loeb has hired crypto expert Gian Pastore as its Web 3.0 manager, a newly created position to help support clients and the firm with blockchain and Web 3.0-related projects.

Pastore joins the firm in its Los Angeles headquarters from US software company MarkMonitor, where he was a domain portfolio advisor. He brings with him non-legal technical experience in cryptocurrencies, NFTs, blockchain domains and the metaverse. Pastore will advise clients on a range of Web 3.0 issues including setting up and maintaining digital wallets, acquiring and managing blockchain domains, advising on tech aspects of NFT issues and cryptocurrencies and providing guidance on how to buy land and launch events in the metaverse.

Melanie Howard, chair of Loeb & Loeb’s intellectual property and luxury brands practices, said: “Given Loeb’s practice platform, we are uniquely suited to advise clients on all manner of Web 3.0 issues, and are already actively supporting clients across numerous industries on this topic. The addition of Gian amplifies the services we are able to offer our clients and evidences our commitment to continue to be a leader in this space.”

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