Bloomberg Law
Oct. 8, 2020, 11:02 AMUpdated: Oct. 8, 2020, 6:40 PM

Crypto Firms Grow Legal Ranks With Dyson, Goldman Recruits (2)

Brian Baxter
Brian Baxter

Two cryptocurrency companies have hired a pair of in-house lawyers as federal regulators mull new guidance on digital assets.

Coinbase Inc. has bolstered its legal team ahead of a potential public listing by bringing on deputy general counsel Katherine Minarik from Dyson Ltd. She will work with Coinbase’s new chief legal officer Paul Grewal, hired in July from Facebook Inc.

Minarik, who announced her new job this week on LinkedIn, spent the past year as general counsel for the Americas at the U.K.-based home appliance giant. She has also had previous stops at e-commerce company Cleverbridge AG and Bartlit Beck ...

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