Ex-FTX GC Launches Law Firm, Says His ‘Hugely Disappointing Experience’ Will Be Asset for Clients | The American Lawyer

Ryne Miller, the former U.S. general counsel of cryptocurrency exchange FTX, has started his own New York-based firm that will advise digital asset and blockchain companies and traditional financial firms on regulation, regulatory investigations and crisis management.

In an interview with Law.com, Miller said he came up with the idea for Miller Strategic Partners  after he left FTX in March. With his background and experience with trading and markets, digital assets and government investigations, he said it made sense to set up his own shop.

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Miller spent a 18 months at FTX, giving up his partner position at Sullivan & Cromwell to become general counsel at the exchange in August 2021. A little over a year later, the exchange abruptly collapsed due to what corporate turnaround expert John Jay Ray called “a complete failure of corporate control.”

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