Contributors


Sarah I. Hody, Sr. Contributor

Sarah I. Hody has a passion for providing legal support to entrepreneurs, businesses, and financial institutions across the globe. She has experience in transactions, corporate advisory work, financial litigation, anti-money laundering, and general corporate counsel work. Sarah is dedicated to finding efficient and create solutions to complex legal issues.

Sarah runs her own law practice based in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she focuses on advising and supporting cryptocurrency start-ups. Sarah also currently serves as the Regulatory Compliance Advisor to Digital Tangible, Inc. You can find and follow her on Twitter and LinkedIn.

 

 

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 Jesse R. Binnall, Sr. Contributor

Jesse R. Binnall practices at Bronley & Binnall, PLLC, in Fairfax, Virginia.  Jesse’s practice focuses largely on litigation within the tech sector.  He has represented an email provider resisting gag orders and overbroad warrants for encryption keys, an entrepreneur who successfully overcame a freeze out attempt by a majority shareholder in a cyber-business, and many others.  He also is proud to help companies develop innovative legal strategies to combat overregulation and government cyber-snooping.

Jesse has been a featured guest, discussing law and technology issues, on various new and traditional media outlets, including the Huffington Post, the New York Times, Wired, Forbes, DemocracyNow, the Ron Paul Channel, and Lawyer2Laywer.  He is licensed to practice law in Virginia and Idaho but has clients throughout the world. You can follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

 

Alexa Wolff, ContAWolffributor and Researcher

Alexa Wolff is a third year law student at George Mason University School of Law, where serves as the production editor of the George Mason Law Review. Although not yet a practicing attorney, she has gained substantial legal experience through a one-year stint as a paralegal for a boutique technology contracting firm in New York City, summer internships with two different law firms, part-time work for a Virginia appellate judge, a mid-year externship at the Department of Justice and, an internship with a U.S. Attorney’s office.  She is excited to delve into the virtual currency space and to explore its potential implications throughout the law.

 

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