Wulf Kaal is a leading expert on Blockchain Applications in broad arrays of industries, initial coin offerings, and smart contracting, as well as private investment fund regulation and compliance. His scholarship constitutes over 85% of the empirical and theoretical scholarship on Blockchain applications in corporate governance and private investment fund regulation in the United States. Additionally, Prof. Kaal is the leading proponent of dynamic regulatory solutions for innovation.
Kaal advises crypto companies, crypto startups, venture capital funds, and international policy makers on blockchain based solutions in FinTech and LegalTech. As an adviser, Kaal focuses on creating synergies for his clients and building successful new crypto businesses, among others, on existing solutions.
Kaal speaks regularly at leading conferences in the United States, Europe, and Asia. His speaking engagements include presentations at the European Central Bank, Harvard University, Columbia University, University of Chicago, George Washington University, Northwestern University, Emory University, and the University of Notre Dame, Bocconi University, and Tilburg University, among many others. Kaal teaches Disruptive Innovation, Coding for Lawyers, Dynamic Regulation, Private Investment Funds, Federal Securities Regulation, Corporate Law, and International Finance. He has previously taught at the University of Minnesota Law School, Humboldt University in Berlin Germany, European Business School in Wiesbaden Germany, and Tilburg University Law School in the Netherland.
He is also a consultant to major corporations and private funds regarding various aspects of financial markets.