• U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton recently reminded us that corporate culture and the “tone from the top” remain important to regulators, even in this enforcement-lite environment. Speaking about financial firm culture before the New York Fed, Clayton predicted pain for firms whose cultural compass diverges from the commission’s.

  • Murphy & McGonigle 2018 CLE Breakfast Series: Cybersecurity 101: Practical Advice for Businesses and Financial Institutions

  • Matthew Comstock of Murphy & McGonigle’s leading FinTech & Blockchain Practice delivered a keynote talk at the recent FinTech Junction Conference in Tel Aviv. Mr. Comstock, a former lawyer for the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), spoke on “The Regulation of Issuing, Trading and Exchanging Digital Assets – A View from the U.S.”

  • With the continued expansion of the avoidable-transfer litigation landscape, the risk of clawback suits against investors who potentially redeemed their interests in a fraudulent investment operation and others exposed to a Ponzi scheme has never been greater. To bring, defend against, or avoid such claims, it is imperative to keep abreast of recent clawback litigation developments and trends.

  • Murphy & McGonigle is serving as the first law firm sponsor of The John Lothian News’ latest media product, CryptoMarketsWiki, which will foster the understanding of crypto markets and digital ledger technology. Launched today, CMW (www.cryptomarketswiki.com) is a microwiki that will complement MarketsWiki.com, the wiki Lothian launched in 2008 that has seen over 128 million pageviews.

  • Crypto Evolved offers an enhanced conference experience for attendees including business development opportunities and access to participant sentiment data.