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Daniel M. Payne

dpayne@mmlawus.com
C: (804) 350-1748
4870 Sadler Road
Suite 301
Glen Allen, VA 23060
T: (804) 762-5335
F: (804) 762-5358
Practice Areas
Education
  • J.D., magna cum laude, University of Richmond School of Law, 2009
  • B.A., Philosophy and Economics, magna cum laude, College of William & Mary, 2006
Admissions
  • Virginia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia

 

In the News

  • Cryptocurrency's explosion into the mainstream is thrusting crypto mining into the spotlight, raising questions about miners' use of electrical power and their role in underpinning an emerging, multibillion-dollar market.

  • Crypto companies need to be prepared for a very harsh regulatory environment, an attorney that specializes in blockchain technology said.

  • On the opening day of Messari’s Mainnet conference in New York City Monday morning, rumors swirled that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission had entered the Marriott Marquis and served a panel speaker — possibly a foreign national — with a subpoena.

  • One of the leaders of the firm’s FinTech & Blockchain Practice, Daniel Payne, a shareholder at Murphy & McGonigle, sat down for a Q&A with Fintech Law Report to discuss the current state of cryptocurrency regulation and litigation.

  • The most-read securities articles written by Law360 guest experts in 2020 centered around market volatility triggered by COVID-19; remote testimony considerations as courtroom proceedings moved online; and risk and compliance issues related to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.

  • The Empire State featured the most active region for blockchain litigation – the Southern District of New York – according to the new Blockchain Litigation Year in Review Report, released today by financial services law firm Murphy & McGonigle.