Kathryn Witchger’s practice focuses on a broad range of financial regulatory, financial technology, creditor’s rights, and capital markets issues.
In the financial technology space, Kathryn has assisted a variety of clients with novel transactions, disclosures to both the public and regulators, and the development of unique products and offerings based on digital assets and distributed ledger technology.
Her clients include U.S. and non-U.S. financial institutions, clearinghouses, sovereigns, market disruptors, and end users.
Kathryn joined the firm in 2018.
- Cutler International Law Fellow
What Happens if Congress Fails to Raise or Suspend the Debt Ceiling: How Market Participants Can Prepare for a Worst Case Scenario
Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Regulation 2023
SEC Proposes Treasury Clearing Mandate
“Facilitating Cross-Margining: Treasury Market Trades and Interest Rate Futures,” The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation, Vol. 55 No. 14 (2022)
UCC Digital Asset Amendments Finalized
CFTC Finalizes Swap Dealer Capital and Financial Reporting Rules
District Court Clarifies Application of Anti-Avoidance Safe Harbor to Customers of Financial Institutions
Semi-Secure Numbers? Augmenting SSNs in the Authentication Use Case, 1 J.L. TECH. & POLICY 79 (2019).
Equality in Process, 37.1 COL. J. GENDER & L. 68 (2018).