A cryptocurrency sweep announced by NASAA comes on the heels of an in-depth report from the Wall Street Journal on red flags in the ICO market.
Lawyers, staff and family members of Murphy & McGonigle took to the streets of Richmond on Sat., May 5 to participate in the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s 2018 “Walk for Wishes” event. By virtue of the 800 walkers, the local chapter of Make-A-Wish was able to raise over $165,000 to grant wishes for children with life-threatening conditions.
This event featured influential female leaders in cross-disciplinary markets in this global network and served as a kickoff to Blockchain Week New York City (May 13-18).
The Virginia Council on Women received essay submissions this year from 500 young women – high school juniors and seniors – and doubled the number of entries from a year ago. Five winners to the contest were named, and each was awarded a $10,000 scholarship.
Murphy & McGonigle earned distinctive recognition in the newly published 2018 Chambers USA: Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers. The Firm’s leading Financial Services Regulation: Broker Dealer (Compliance & Enforcement) Practice secured a Nationwide ranking and was called “a who’s who of regulatory might, particularly in the enforcement area.” Another client commented, “They’ve done a great job assembling some great talent.”
Oral arguments in U.S. v. Zaslavskiy presented a federal judge with the question of whether an initial coin offering is governed by the securities laws.