I am a corporate & business lawyer working on legal matters related to technological investments.

My tech journey started with the legendary Commodore 64, then continued with Amiga 500, and so on.
At some point, I even dreamed of being an engineer. But over time, the urge to defend rights outweighed technical issues.
So, 19 years ago, I became a lawyer and started working with tech-related clients.

My perception of technology is broader than computers, intelligent devices, hardware, or software. So, any concept that requires engineering is a technology for me. In this respect, for instance, I worked extensively with power generation companies and closed many deals.

While working round the clock all these years, I always longed to study the philosophical aspects of legal issues. So, four years ago, I started pursuing a Ph.D. and researching the legal implications of relatively newer and unregulated technologies such as cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence. I also have been sharing my views on corporate and business law and matters at the intersection of law & technology here on my blog quarterly.

And so, my deep dive adventure to solve equations with many unknowns continues.
We will see the outcomes before long!