“75 Years of Howey” Jacobsen and Reynolds Featured in Utah Bar Journal

How the Sale of Florida Orange Groves 75 Years Ago Established Securities Law Compliance Standards for Cryptocurrencies and Other Digital Tokens Today

Michael Best Partner and Chair-Elect of the Securities Section of the Utah State Bar Brad Jacobsen, and Michael Best Associate Hunter Reynolds published an article which was featured in the March/April Issue of the Utah Bar Journal, titled, “75 Years of Howey: How the Sale of Florida Orange Groves 75 Years Ago Established Securities Law Compliance Standards for Cryptocurrencies and Other Digital Tokens Today.”

If you will recall, in October of 2018, Brad Jacobsen authored the original – or essentially a “pt.1” – article titled “75 Years of Howey.” See his previous blog post article here.

This new article, featured in the March/April 2019 Issue of the Utah Bar Journal, dives a bit deeper. Brad and Hunter discuss the history of Howey, and how it applies to the securities laws of cryptocurrencies today.

Check out Brad and Hunter’s article on pg. 16 in the Utah Bar Journal here!

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