Jeremy advises startups and emerging companies in the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry on corporate matters, including venture capital financing. He has been fascinated by the philosophy and information architecture of open distributed systems since 2016.
In law school, Jeremy was a member of USC Hale Moot Court, Black Law Students Association, Business Law Society and the Philosophy Society.
Prior to joining Fenwick, Jeremy worked as a paralegal and trial technician. During his time as a trial technician, Jeremy worked the “hot seat”—directly controlling in-court presentations in courtrooms across the country. He worked closely with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on high profile cases such as SEC v. BankAtlantic Bancorp, Inc. and SEC v. Servergy, Inc.