- FinTech & Blockchain
- Regulatory Enforcement Defense
- Securities & Complex Commercial Litigation
- White Collar Defense, Investigations & Compliance Counseling
- 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
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia
An examination of the first SEC-qualified offering of digital securities issued pursuant to Regulation A (Tier 2) under the Securities Act of 1933 (the “Securities Act”).
AirFox has taken the next step on the Path to Compliance laid out in its settlement with the SEC last year over allegations relating to the company's 2017 ICO.
Murphy & McGonigle, the financial services and regulatory law firm, today released its Blockchain Litigation: 2018 Year in Review Report. Based on proprietary data the firm has collected from its Blockchain Litigation Database, the Report identifies six trends that have clearly emerged as blockchain and cryptocurrencies move closer to the mainstream.
A federal district court in New York granted Coinbase's motion to compel arbitration by applying Second Circuit precedents from cases involving Amazon and Uber.
With the flurry of subpoenas and investigations into companies in the blockchain space that has erupted in the first eight months of this year, 2018 is on track to be "the year of the crypto investigation."
Daniel Payne of Murphy & McGonigle’s FinTech & Blockchain Practice traces how the digital assets and ICOs moved from “the year of the ICO” in 2017 to what shapes up to be “the year of the crypto investigation” in 2018 in an article that appears in Law360’s Expert Analysis section.