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Summary

Assistant Dean Adam Sterling is joined by Emily Flitter of the New York Times to discuss the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s lawsuits against crypto exchanges Coinbase and Bitcoin. Followed by a panel discussion with Berkeley Law Professors Robert Bartlett, Stavros Gadinis, and Jai Massari.

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Recorded on June 8, 2023

Guests

Headshot of Adam Sterling

Adam Sterling

Assistant Dean at Berkeley Law

Headshot of Emily Flitter

Emily Flitter

Reporter at The New York Times

Headshot of Jai Massari

Jai Massari

Co-Founder and Chief Legal Officer of Lightspark

Headshot of Robert Bartlett

Robert Bartlett

Faculty Director, Berkeley Center for Law, Business and the Economy at Berkeley Law

Headshot of Stavros Gadinis

Stavros Gadinis

Professor of Law at Berkeley Law