• In an example of the “Wild West” cryptocurrency industry continuing to be tamed, a law firm out of Virginia has created the first database of judicial cases in order to help the legal community gather resources in an effort to prosecute crypto-centered criminals and further clean up the Bitcoin ecosystem. The Blockchain Litigation Database (BLD) brings together into one central repository all crypto cases from across different jurisdictions in order to allow an easy search of data in building court cases.

  • Blockchain Litigation Database Dashboard Screenshot

    Noting that “law firms are increasingly becoming involved in the development of technology,” resulting in “a new kind of law firm that looks as much like a fintech startup as a legal outlet,” Forbes covers Murphy & McGonigle’s innovative Blockchain Litigation Database.

  • The Richmond office partnered with the Crossover Healthcare Ministry in their back-to-school drive. 

  • In an article from the WLF Legal Pulse, shareholder Daniel Alter of the firm’s FinTech & Blockchain Practice reviews the recent developments of the U.S. Congress regarding its response to the planned wallet services for Libra, a Facebook-backed cryptocurrency projected to launch in 2020.

  • Protecting the privacy of sensitive customer data has become a fundamental necessity for companies around the world. An Aug. 6 webinar with CLE credit will cover data privacy drivers, rules, and regulations including the newly passed California Consumer Privacy Act.

  • Tina Hill and Kate McGrail presented at the Greater Richmond Compliance Roundtable

    Christina Hill and Katherine McGrail were the featured speakers at the July 17 Greater Richmond Compliance Roundtable covering the topic, “Essentials of Forms U4 and U5, Expungements, and Regulation Best Interest.” The event was held at Murphy & McGonigle’s Richmond Office.