Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Chuck Baker will serve a four-year term on the College of Charleston Board of Trustees beginning July 1, 2018. Baker was recommended for this post by the College of Charleston Alumni Association and appointed by South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster.
Blockchain is a digital, decentralized, public ledger secured using cryptography. The system is best known for its use in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, but it can also be used to track and store other digital assets – everything from documents and software to items in a supply chain and real estate.
Womble Bond Dickinson attorney Allen O’Rourke will join Taylor Phillips, the Cybercrime Coordinator at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina, for a discussion on the investigation and prosecution of business email compromise (BEC) offenses.
Alexandra Villarreal O’Rourke has established herself as one of the go-to attorneys in the Fintech, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and financial regulatory space. The former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau lawyer now leads Womble Bond Dickinson’s Financial Regulatory team and co-leads the firm’s Fintech team.