Veronica Reynolds


Los Angeles
T +1.310.442.8895
F +1.310.820.8859


Veronica Reynolds's developing practice is supported by her previous work in a wide variety of industries. She has experience performing legal research and analysis related to trademark, data privacy, tax and employment matters. Additionally, Veronica has a particular interest in blockchain, and assisted in the launch of BakerHostetler's inaugural blockchain and emerging technologies summit at UCLA.

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

Previous Next
Blockchain Monitor
Bitcoin and Blockchain Products Launch in Financial Products and Data Management, Reports Address Crypto Regulatory Risks, Agencies Warn Against New Scams and Hacks
By Teresa Goody Guillén, Robert A. Musiala Jr., Veronica Reynolds, Jordan R. Silversmith
April 17, 2020
In this issue: • Bitcoin and Blockchain Financial Products Launch in Public Funds, Commodities, Debit Cards and Mining “Hash Contracts” • New Initiatives Leverage Blockchain for Records Management and Data Provenance • Reports Address...
Blockchain Monitor
Cryptocurrencies: Forensic Techniques to Meet the Challenge of New Fraud and Corruption Risks
By Teresa Goody Guillén, Robert A. Musiala Jr., Veronica Reynolds
March 10, 2020
Over the past 11 years, cryptocurrencies have slowly but steadily become more integrated with the mainstream financial system. Like any new technology, cryptocurrencies usher in advantages as well as risks. And as with any new technology...
Blockchain Monitor
New US Exchange Launches, India Court Rules in Favor of Crypto Exchanges, OFAC Adds 20 Bitcoin Addresses, DOJ Charges Chinese Nationals for Crypto Money Laundering
By Teresa Goody Guillén, Robert A. Musiala Jr., Veronica Reynolds, Jordan R. Silversmith
March 6, 2020
In this issue: • Exchanges Expand in US and Gibraltar; India Supreme Court Ruling Favors Industry • Crypto Custody Report Published, Power Plant Installs Mining Operation • 20 Bitcoin Addresses Added to OFAC List, DOJ Charges Detail $100...
Blockchain Monitor
Blockchain Supply Chain Pilots Expand, Securities Settlement Platform Goes Live, OCC Enters Into Consent Order With NY Bank for Crypto Violations
By Veronica Reynolds, Jordan R. Silversmith, Joanna F. Wasick
February 28, 2020
In this issue: • Interest in Blockchain-Based Supply-Chain Initiatives Continues to Swell • Blockchain Securities Settlement Platform Goes Live, Crypto Payment Solutions Expand • NY Bank Enters Consent Order for Crypto AML Violations as...
Blockchain Monitor
Making Sense of the Telegram Case
By Teresa Goody Guillén, Robert A. Musiala Jr., Veronica Reynolds
February 27, 2020
Multiple Parties Weigh In as the Courts Consider Whether a Blockchain Token Is a Security Overview of the Telegram Case Telegram, a global messaging platform, was founded by Russian brothers Nikolai and Pavel Durov in 2013.[1] The platform...