Veronica Reynolds


Los Angeles
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Veronica Reynolds’ comprehensive and extensive experience in digital media and technology provides a firm foundation for her legal work in the technology ecosystem, which encompasses blockchain and digital payments, data privacy and protection, cybersecurity, intellectual property, and emerging technologies. Veronica's experience includes facilitating cryptocurrency investigations and working with clients to address issues related to digital payments, including providing counsel related to money services businesses and market transactions related to the use of digital currencies. Veronica’s work with the blockchain team at BakerHostetler also includes providing insight into emerging issues in the rapidly developing distributed ledger, blockchain, and digital currency space. She has spoken on the subject at numerous academic institutions, including UCLA and UC Santa Barbara, guest lectured on the topic at UC Irvine School of Law, and co-organized Baker’s inaugural blockchain and emerging technologies summit at UCLA.

Veronica also works with clients to address data privacy compliance, including under the CCPA, with experience drafting privacy policies and notices that reflect clients’ unique consumer and employee data practices, providing advice related to tracking technologies under the CCPA, and offering analysis of complex legal issues. Further, Veronica counsels clients on developing incident response plans and responding to security incidents, including addressing notification obligations and regulatory investigations from various state attorneys general.

Recognitions and Memberships

Blog Posts

Prior Positions

  • BakerHostetler: Summer Associate
  • The Honorable R. Gary Klausner, U.S. District Court for the Central District of California: Judicial Extern
  • Epitaph / ANTI-Records: Director of Digital Marketing


  • California


  • J.D., University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, 2019; Blockchain at UCLA, Co-Founder; Law and Blockchain Association, Co-Founder; Program for Understanding Law and Technology, Alumni Chair
  • B.A., University of California, Berkeley, 2013


In The Blogs

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Blockchain Monitor
Crypto Investment and Payment Products Launch, BiTA Platform Announced, SEC and OFAC Take Crypto Enforcement Actions, FCA Extends AML Exemption
By Keith R. Murphy, Veronica Reynolds, Jordan R. Silversmith
June 4, 2021
In this issue: • Crypto Investment and Payments Products Launch, Payment Data Published • Acquisition Targets ‘Smart Agreements’ Tech, BiTA Platform Launched • SEC and OFAC Take Crypto Enforcement Actions, FCA Extends AML Exemption Crypto...
Blockchain Monitor
Reports Analyze Bitcoin Price, Energy Consumption; SEC Petitioned on NFTs, NFT Platform Sued; FDIC and FATF Focus on Crypto; Hacks and Fraud Continue
By Teresa Goody Guillén, Keith R. Murphy, Veronica Reynolds, Jordan R. Silversmith, Joanna F. Wasick
May 21, 2021
In this issue: • Reports Analyze Bitcoin Price Crash and Network Energy Consumption • SEC Petitioned on NFTs, NFT Platform Sued in Class Action as More NFTs Launch • FDIC Seeks Info on Crypto, FATF Focuses on DeFi, Payment Solutions...
Blockchain Monitor
Market Actors Integrate Cryptocurrency into Payment and Investment Products, More NFTs Launched, SEC Staff Issues Crypto Statement, DeFi Hacked for $14M
By Teresa Goody Guillén, Robert A. Musiala Jr., Veronica Reynolds, Joanna F. Wasick
May 14, 2021
In this issue: • Market Actors Continue to Integrate Cryptocurrency into Payment Systems • US Firms Launch Bitcoin Investment Products and Enhance Crypto Offerings • Auction Houses Continue with NFT Sales, Dictionary Adds ‘Non-Fungible...
Blockchain Monitor
CBDC Paper Released, Crypto Firms Launch Products, NFT Craze Continues, IRS Gains Access to Crypto Records, Task Force Addresses Crypto Ransomware
By Keith R. Murphy, Robert A. Musiala Jr., Veronica Reynolds, Jordan R. Silversmith, Joanna F. Wasick
May 7, 2021
In this issue: • CBDC Paper Released, NY DFS Grants License, Study Cites Crypto Adoption • Traditional Financial Firms Launch Crypto Products, Data Shows DeFi Growth • Auction House Embraces Cryptocurrencies, NFT Sales Continue • Federal...
Blockchain Monitor
Firms Enable Crypto Payments; Blockchain Deployed for Luxury Goods, A&D and Postal Services; NFT Hype Continues; Turkey Bans Crypto; DeFi Hacked for $80M
By Keith R. Murphy, Veronica Reynolds, Jordan R. Silversmith, Joanna F. Wasick
April 23, 2021
In this issue: • Companies Enable Crypto Payments, Reports Address Market Developments • Blockchain Solutions Deployed for Luxury Goods, A&D and Postal Services • Charitable NFTs Raise Millions, Soccer Player Pelé Announces His First NFT •...