• The SEC has launched a portal on its website to act as a clearinghouse for fintech related information.

  • Mars Blockchain Summit NYC “Seeking the Power of a Turning Point” will be held on October 18, 2018, in New York City, United States of America. This unrivaled event is hosted by Mars Finance and Consensus Lab, co-hosted by Liaoyuan, Crypto Capital, Redbank Capital and Sharp Eye Capital.

  • Daniel Alter of Murphy & McGonigle’s FinTech & Blockchain Practice will be a featured speaker on a Washington Legal Foundation webinar looking at the growth of initial coin offerings (ICOs).

  • “Enforcement”, FIA Expo 2018, Panelist
    10/17/2018 | (10/17/2018)

    Listen in as enforcement experts discuss key cases and developments in CFTC, NFA, and exchange enforcement proceedings and investigations. Panelists will draw from current cases to discuss business practices for compliance in today’s enforcement environment.

  • Recent high-profile cases involving workplace sexual harassment and abuse have upped the stakes for businesses grappling with allegations of harassment and other misconduct by their employees. Leaving allegations of misconduct unaddressed, or mishandling internal investigations of the misconduct, carries significant potential reputational and economic risk to businesses. This program, led by two white collar defense and investigation partners at Murphy & McGonigle, will review best practices and potential pitfalls in conducting internal investigations of employee misconduct, with a focus on investigations concerning harassment and theft.

  • A Murphy & McGonigle team led by shareholder Ted Snyder recently prevailed in a FINRA arbitration filed against our client, broker-dealer Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC.    Following six days of hearings, the arbitration panel unanimously dismissed a claim for $2 million in damages by a former retail customer alleging that the broker had improperly invested her account in bonds and risky energy securities.