Joe advises on transactional and regulatory matters that support clients in the technology industry, with a particular focus on the blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystem. Joe provides counsel on corporate governance, securities law and regulatory matters faced by blockchain-based products and services and financial institutions. Joe has experience advising on private equity driven mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt offerings, as well as derivatives and structured finance.
Prior to joining Fenwick, Joe was an associate at an international law firm.
During law school, Joe was a member of the Rutgers Law Review and graduated in the top 25% of his class.
“Blockchains and Intellectual Property for Startups”, Cole Schotz Intellectual Property Law Blog. February 16, 2019. By Joseph B. Doll.
“4 Key Steps for Estate Planning With Cryptocurrencies”, ThinkAdvisor. October 22, 2018. By Michael J. Kearney and Joseph B. Doll.
“Patenting Blockchain Technology”, Cole Schotz Corporate Law Blog. October 3, 2018. By Marcella M. Bodner and Joseph B. Doll.
“A Summary of the SEC's Director of Corporation Finance Speech on Cryptocurrencies”, Cole Schotz Corporate Law Blog. June 22, 2018. By Joseph B. Doll and Marc P. Press.
“Unique Considerations In Cryptocurrency Succession Planning”, Law360. June 8, 2018. By Michael J. Kearney and Joseph B. Doll.
“Considerations in Estate Planning for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other Crypto-Currencies”, Cole Schotz Tax, Trust & Estates Law Blog. April 26, 2018. By Joseph B. Doll and Michael J. Kearney.
“Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: Recent Legal and Regulatory Developments”, Cole Schotz Corporate Law Blog. March 14, 2018. By Joseph B. Doll and Marc P. Press.
“New York Virtual Currency Business License: What to Know”, Cole Schotz Corporate Law Blog. September 25, 2017. By Marc P. Press and Joseph B. Doll.
“Section 83(b) Elections Add Value to Equity Grants”, Cole Schotz Corporate Law Blog. May 15, 2017. By Alan Rubin and Joseph B. Doll.
“Delaware Court Orders Sale of Solvent Company’s Stock Despite Shareholder Objections”, Cole Schotz Corporate Law Blog. April 24, 2017. By Michael F. Bonkowski and Joseph B. Doll.
Education & Admissions
J.D., Rutgers Law School
M.B.A., Rutgers University
B.A., Political Science; Minors, Business and Spanish
Ohio State University
Admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey