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Keith Miller

Perkins Coie
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keithmiller@perkinscoie.com
(212) 262-6906

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Keith Miller is the Managing Partner of Perkin Coie’s New York office. He is a former SEC enforcement attorney whose practice focuses on investigations and white collar crime matters, as well as related complex civil litigation. Keith's clients vary widely from representing early stage cryptocurrency-related companies and their founders to some of the world’s leading financial institutions, to liquidators and receivers. Keith has been representing cryptocurrency-related companies since 2012, when he represented one of the first US digital currency exchanges. Following his representation of the exchange, Keith helped establish Perkin Coie’s Blockchain Technology & Digital Currency industry group, which is regarded as one of the top practices in the US. Keith has been instrumental in shaping industry-related legislation, appearing before the SEC, DOJ, Washington and New York state regulators, as well as Canada’s Senate Committee of Banking, Trade and Commerce. He currently represents over a dozen companies in connection with investigations and litigations, including ICO companies, trading platforms, private funds and selling agents.

About Us: Perkins Coie is a leading international law firm that is known for providing high value, strategic solutions and extraordinary client service on matters vital to our clients’ success. With more than 1,100 lawyers in offices across the United States and Asia, we provide a full array of corporate, commercial litigation, intellectual property and regulatory legal advice to a broad range of clients, including many of the world’s most innovative companies and industry leaders as well as public and not-for-profit organizations.

Archived Webinars Offered

A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE OF BLOCKCHAIN LITIGATION

Date RecordedMarch 16, 2020  CostFREE  Course Length1.0 hour  Subject AreaAccounting  Course LevelAdvanced  Instructional MethodGroup Internet Based  PrerequisitesExtensive forensic accounting, business valuation, or litigation knowledge or experience.  Advanced PreparationNone     Who should attend?CPA - small firm, CPA - medium firm, CPA - large firm, Other