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About the Author
Lawtoshi, aka Gregory Schneider, is a crypto attorney focused on furthering individual freedom and human rights in the digital world. He currently works as Deputy General Counsel at Hedera, a decentralized, open-source, proof-of-stake public ledger that utilizes the leaderless, asynchronous Byzantine Fault Tolerance (aBFT) hashgraph consensus algorithm. The views expressed through this platform represent the views of the author only and not Hedera. The affiliation is shared only for purposes of transparency. This is a personal project.
He previously served as Deputy General Counsel for Desert Financial Credit Union, the largest credit union in Arizona. Before that, he was a Senior Associate at Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP, where he was co-lead counsel for two jury trials, and successfully defended a $200+ million defamation case involving one of the U.S.'s largest self-regulatory organizations from the trial court through the Supreme Court. He received a BA in English from Grinnell College and a JD from the University of Arizona.