Stan Sater is a corporate and technology attorney in the corporate group at Founders Legal. He regularly works with startups, emerging technology companies, and founders. He assists clients in a range of corporate matters including primarily data privacy, securities offerings and M&A transactions and navigating regulatory issues as well as other general corporate matters.
Prior to his time at Founders Legal, he consulted in areas that included cryptocurrency and blockchain technology and cannabis. Stan received his J.D. with honors from Tulane University Law School. He served as a research assistant to Professor Kirstin Johnson, a leading legal scholar on financial technology. He also acted as the Senior Managing Editor of the Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property.
- Finance Magnates: Is the US finally going to regulate Bitcoin and other cryptos?
- Forbes: 75% of small businesses would fire workers for not complying with vaccination policies.
- Cointelegraph: The infrastructure bill is hanging in the balance. what would its enactment mean for crypto?
- Finance Magnates: Bitcoin ETF Launched: 3 Things You Must Know
- Washington Examiner: Judge allows class-action lawsuit against Google to proceed
- The Business Journals: Want to pay your employees in bitcoin? Look out for these issues.
- “Do We Need KYC/AML: The Bank Secrecy Act and Virtual Currency Exchanges,” University of Arkansas Law Review (forthcoming 2020)
- “Tokenize the Musician,” Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property, Vol. 21 (2019)
- “A Conversation on Art, Museums, and Blockchain,” Tulane Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property, Vol. 21 (2019)
- “(Im)Perfect Regulation: Virtual Currency and Other Digital Assets as Collateral,” SMU Science and Technology Law Review, Vol. XXI, No. 2 (2018)