An agent from the Federal Bureau of Investigation approaches a hedge fund trader as he leaves the office, wanting to ask a few questions. Nervous about saying no to an official, the trader dishes, and information he provides is later used against him.
Steven Feldman, a white collar attorney in New York, has seen too many clients caught off-guard in such situations. His solution? The Murphy & McGonigle Surprise Law Enforcement Response App.
Murphy & McGonigle is pleased to announce it has joined the Hyperledger Project. The Hyperledger Project is a collaborative, cross-industry effort working to enable organizations to build and run robust, industry-specific applications, platforms and hardware systems to support their individual business transactions by creating an enterprise grade, open source distributed ledger framework and code base. Hyperledger now has 95 members, making it the fastest growing collaborative project ever hosted by the Linux Foundation.
Brian Walsh was quoted in the Bloomberg BNA article, "Automated Trading Firm Fined By CME Group for Computer Problems."
Brian Walsh was quoted in the Bloomberg BNA article, "Electronic Trading Leading To Data Deluge for CFTC Enforcement."
Elizabeth Del Cid and Kate McGrail author “Spoliation Allegations Spread into Arbitration” for the US News/Best Lawyers, pages 38-39.
Kate McGrail quoted in Law360 article “Feds' Cybersecurity Plan Gives Boards, Vendors Bigger Role”