Why is the U.S. dragging its heels on crypto and blockchain regulation, as the rest of the world forges ahead with financial innovation?
Marc Powers is currently an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University School of Law, where he is teaching "Blockchain, Crypto and Regulatory Considerations." He recently retired from law firm practice at an AmLaw 100 law firm, where he built both its national Securities Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement practice team and its Hedge Fund Industry practice. Marc started his legal career in the SEC's Division of Enforcement. During his 40 years in law, he was involved in representations including the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme, a recent Presidential pardon, and the Martha Stewart insider trading trial.