Congress’ Proposed Digital Asset Legislation May Cripple Crypto
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Congress’ Proposed Digital Asset Legislation May Cripple Crypto

January 14, 2020

Marc S. Voses, partner and chair of the firm’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy practice, was quoted in an article for Finance Magnates discussing regulatory clarity on cryptocurrency and what it means for the industry.

In “Congress’ Proposed Digital Asset Legislation May Cripple Crypto,” Marc talks about how legislation for cryptocurrency could cause companies to potentially find loopholes in the law.

“One thing is for certain,” Marc said. “If there is demand in the marketplace for ‘big tech’ digital assets, a way will ultimately be found for someone to profit from the demand.”

 

Read the full article here:

Congress’ Proposed Digital Asset Legislation May Cripple Crypto,” Finance Magnates, January 8, 2020

More about Goldberg Segalla’s Marc S. Voses:

Marc S. Voses is a highly experienced litigator and advisor to domestic and international insurers, reinsurers, and insurance industry participants. He focuses his practice on handling complex coverage issues arising under insurance policies, including cybersecurity and data privacy, technology and media, professional and management liability, environmental, and commercial general liability. He has represented insurance industry clients in regulatory investigations before the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Department of Homeland Security, Securities and Exchange Commission, and various state and district offices of the Attorney General.