is a partner in the Washington office of Steptoe and co-chair of the firm’s blockchain and cryptocurrency and white-collar and securities enforcement practices. With 15 years of experience in senior positions at the US Department of Justice, he helps corporations and boards navigate challenging government enforcement matters and defends individuals in criminal investigations and prosecutions. Jason is recognised as an authority on legal and regulatory issues involving digital currencies and blockchain technology, and is the director of the Blockchain Alliance. He sits on Bitfury’s strategic advisory board, and serves on the advisory board of the Chamber of Digital Commerce and Coin Center.
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