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John Rafferty on Crypto & Cryptocurrency

Attorney John Rafferty speaks at cryptocurrency panelGawthrop Greenwood litigator John Rafferty recently spoke on a panel titled “Putting the Cryptic in #Cryptocurrency,” presented by Drexel University Pennoni Honors College. He was joined by fellow panelists Cleve Mesidor, executive director of the Blockchain Foundation, Zack Seward, editor-at-large at CoinDesk, Dr. Michelle Lowry, professor of finance at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business and Dr. Pablo Molina, Drexel’s chief information security officer and associate vice president.

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As a partner within Gawthrop Greenwood’s Litigation Department, Rafferty represents individuals, businesses and nonprofits in civil litigation. He draws on extensive experience dealing with legal issues surrounding emerging technologies, including litigating business disputes involving cryptocurrency. He has presented Continuing Legal Education courses for lawyers about blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies. His related law articles include:

Litigating Cryptocurrency: Is Bitcoin’s Future Doomed?

John Rafferty is a former Naval Officer, Fulbright Scholar and partner at Gawthrop Greenwood, PC , where he supports clients as a Litigation attorney. He can be reached at or 610-696-8225.


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