Rebecca Rettig is a partner in FisherBroyles’ Litigation Department, and FinTech & Blockchain practice group.  Recognized in 2019 as one of the top 100 women lawyers in New York City by Crain’s New York Business, Rebecca’s practice encompasses a broad range of litigation, such as securities, shareholder derivative, general commercial, contract disputes, copyright and trademark disputes, employment disputes, insurance coverage, and auditor and accountant liability.  Rebecca represents clients in all stages of litigation, and has served as trial counsel in cases and arbitrations around the country.  Rebecca advises and represents Fortune 100 companies, such as large financial institutions, major airlines, pharmaceutical companies, technology companies, private equity funds and hedge funds, as well as startups and emerging companies. 

Rebecca’s practice includes unique experience in the blockchain and digital asset space.  She represents and advises these clients in matters relating to U.S. regulation, intellectual property, trade secrets and contracts, as well as offering and trading practices.  In this space, Rebecca’s clients include, among others, a multi-billion-dollar private equity firm, a digital asset exchange, blockchain and crypto-related startup companies, and blockchain and cryptocurrency investors.  Rebecca handles lawsuits and arbitrations relating to blockchain and cryptocurrency, but also regularly guides clients to successfully resolve disputes prior to any litigation.  She is a frequent speaker on legal and regulatory matters relating to blockchain and digital assets.


Adrienne Valencia Garcia is a Senior Blockchain Council and Executive at IBM.