59 – Crypto’s regulatory catch-up with Marc Boiron

Crypto has disrupted just about every field of financial law in the last few years. Regulators are playing catch-up in attempt to regulate this new industry. This is especially concerning as a conglomeration of large corporations, including Facebook, have announced their intentions to launch their own currency, Libra.

Today’s guest, Marc Boiron, is up-to-speed. As a partner at FisherBroyles, he represents some of the leading blockchain and crypto companies. On today’s episode, Boiron and Luke Scorziell go in-depth on the regulatory side of crypto. From covering Facebook’s new cryptocurrency to catching criminals with blockchain to discussing the end of fiat currencies, they cover it all. … More 59 – Crypto’s regulatory catch-up with Marc Boiron

Ep. 19: Timothy Keller, Managing Attorney of the Institute for Justice’s Arizona Office

Timothy Keller and I talk about his work as the managing attorney for the Institute of Justice’s Arizona Office and how he has promoted educational choice programs throughout his career. We go behind the scenes of the 2011 Supreme Court Case Arizona Christian School v. Winn, a case fighting for educational choice programs, which Timothy helped lead to victory. Throughout our discussion, we explore some of the arguments for and against school choice programs—which include vouchers, tax credits, scholarships, or Educational Savings Accounts. We also discuss how state “Blaine Amendments” are tremendous barriers to educational choice programs around the country. Stay tuned for a truly thought-provoking discussion. … More Ep. 19: Timothy Keller, Managing Attorney of the Institute for Justice’s Arizona Office