A paradigm shift

is sweeping through the legal profession,

and as one of its PIONEERS,
here we are to
and RESHAPE the way you think about lawyers.


anno 2012


Exponential tech redesigns
everything we have known so far.
It creates a total disruption to
our existing sociopolitical and
economical structures.

It is powerful.
It is complex.
It is dangerous.
We need to change the game.

We need collective intelligence.
We need to be ethical.
We need to be responsible.

We are all in this together.

Innovative companies raise awareness to issues intertwining in several segments of global complexity. One-track solutions don’t do the cut anymore and become part of the problems.

Working at the edge of human knowledge
requires interdisciplinary approaches.

You need your lawyers to be entrepreneurial. To have technological understanding. To think global.
To be unconventional. To dare to disrupt.

To share the vision.
To see what you can see.
To bend reality together with you.

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Paving the road for our clients
from concepts towards prosperous businesses which are recognized by industry relevant media is in itself rewarding.
Reading about them in headlines or witnessing them winning awards are the cherry on top.

We are keen on
seeing you amongst them!

We show how lawyering works in the 21st century.
It is your choice whether you want to be part of it.

We cannot view the emerging technologies through the optics of the past. Consequently, being open-minded, creative, unconventional and resourceful are of
key importance when we solve challenges of the future.

Working with us means entrepreneurial problem-solving, flexible pricing structures, informal work culture and solution-oriented, client-focused service mindset.

Smart mirror, smart glasses, drones, chatbots, voice assistants, web3, new energies, waste management.

Endless line of ventures but we always have room for you.

Our clients have a proven track record of problem-solving,
and we are ready to continue this trend. 
Revolutionise the future with us by tackling the ever-evolving challenges.



Game of Crypto Thrones

Watch the recording of our global debate on regulatory approaches to crypto assets
and the expected effects of MiCA


EU Council simulation experience for students

We have been active members of the European entrepreneurial ecosystem, and we are keen on contributing to startup communities with
as much experience as possible.

Let’s meet at one of the events.



Is becoming a unicorn really all what it takes? The entrepreneurial zoo of Europe and beyond

Ever since the word ‘unicorn’ was first coined by Aileen Lee in 2013, the main goal of privately held startups has been to become this mythical animal. The term was chosen to represent the statistical rarity of such success because, to achieve the status of a ‘unicorn company’ its value has to reach over $1 billion just within their first decade of operation.

Being digitally aware,
by default we had already built
our business model in 2012
on cloud-based systems, automations
and different online tools
that make flexibility, remote work
and online business life easily possible.
This process, however,
is far from its conclusion.

Support our mission of a tech shaped future!

Do you have a tech tool which could be interesting for either our clients or ourselves, or do you need some capital?

Let’s cooperate!

We invest in companies
that are aiming to digitally transform
the business world.
Since we have already seen a lot,
if smart money is what you prefer,
we might be the perfect allies.

Since we do not see the point of
fancy disclaimers either
about you still having to turn to a lawyer, we have come up with something else.

We believe in customized legal services.

However appealing standardizing seems at first sight, we haven’t seen one single case where a standardized template would have been completely covering the individual needs of a project and would have been in line with the actual business goals and future business strategies of the team.
Partly because traditional lawyers don’t even cover them.
We do.

Spreading entrepreneurial knowledge shouldn’t be reserved for a select few, but rather seen as a social responsibility we all share.

At the KassaiLaw Academy, we are dedicated to supporting the smooth growth of prosperous businesses in a rapid, efficient, hands-on and personal manner to empower entrepreneurs and help them achieve their ambitions.

Hi there! We’re so glad you are interested in joining our community. To kick things off, we’re offering you a special discount of 20% on your first project with us. Let’s turn your venture into a winning one together!

…or not.
It looks like this button is taking a nap.
It’ll be up and running soon, promise!

Exciting developments
are underway at Kassailaw!
Our team of legal and technology experts is hard at work, preparing to launch a new and innovative way to access information and knowledge. This interactive platform will provide an immersive and engaging experience and we’re eager to share it with you.
Stay tuned!

“Is your team the dream team? How much percentage should each founder get?” One of the core ingredients to success is the right team with complementing skills and personalities: early stage investors (and business partners too, by the way) will invest in the team, not the idea. Our goal is to guide you in building a strong and well-functioning team, as well as help you uncover potential friction points or weaknesses in the team, so that you can address them in the very beginning. When it comes to the fair split with your co-founders, if you need a reference point, or just want reassurance, we have developed our own tool for equity split calculation. Hint: the one answer that’s certainly wrong is a hasty 50-50 split.

You have spotted a problem and found a viable solution – in other words, you have your idea. What’s the next step? You need to make sure that the problem your business is trying to solve is a valid problem for a wide enough group, and that

Are you sure that the problem your business is trying to solve is a valid problem for a wide enough group? 

When you spot a problem and think you have found a viable solution to create a business around, it’s all too easy to get excited and jump straight into ideating a solution.

Avoid making something and then hoping people buy it when you could research what people need and then make that.

It doesn’t make any sense to make a key and then run around looking for a lock to open.

There are many ingredients in the recipe for creating a successful startup, but most certainly whatever you read and wherever you go, one of the first pieces of advice is going to be to do your homework properly regarding the validation. You have to validate both your problem and your solution to be able to define the perfect problem-solution and later on the product-market fit. If you manipulate your future customers into liking your solution or do not reveal all the aspects and layers of a problem you identified, your idea can easily lose its ground and with that the probability of it surviving and actually being turned into a prosperous business. Let us know if we can help at this initial but yet super-important stage.

Validation is the first step in moving towards learning more about the problem you are ultimately looking to solve.

Finding your unique value proposition is only possible if you take a thorough glance at your competitors. The world of tech is highly competitive, particularly so when you operate in a field with low entry barriers, you need to carefully examine and regularly update the news and developments of those companies who act in the same field and market. This might lead to several pivots for you if necessary, because you can significantly increase your chances of success if you can offer a—at least in some aspect—unique solution to your customers. The introduction as “we are like Uber/Snapchat/WeWork/Spotify, only better” is hardly sufficient in most cases. Unless you really are so much better, but then you need to know that too, so up the competitive analysis.