Digital and Digitized Assets: Federal and State Jurisdictional Issues
Katherine Cooper of the firm’s leading FinTech & Blockchain Practice served as an author on the American Bar Association’s Innovative Digital Products Process Committee’s newly published white paper, “Digital and Digitized Assets: Federal and State Jurisdictional Issues.”
Ms. Cooper collaborated with two other attorneys to write Section 8 of the comprehensive report, “State Law Considerations.”
Prior to joining Murphy & McGonigle, Ms. Cooper served as Chief Regulatory Officer at NYSE Liffe US, a CFTC-registered futures exchange. Prior to NYSE Liffe US, Ms. Cooper worked in senior management roles in compliance at Barclays Capital and Citigroup Global Markets.
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