About James M. Brady

James Brady helps clients deal with a wide range of financial services regulatory matters. He also offers counsel on developing laws and regulations related to cryptocurrencies and digital tokens.

Selling or buying, compliance is the best policy

James works with buy-side and sell-side clients, trading facilities and clearinghouses. He deals with securities and derivatives regulatory obligations, registrations and related corporate and transactional issues. He also helps clients with examinations, enforcement actions and cross-border management.

During law school, James was an editor of the Michigan Journal of International Law. He also served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Stephen J. Markman of the Michigan Supreme Court.

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Practice Focus

  • Financial services
  • Securities and derivatives
  • Broker-dealer regulation
  • Financial services regulatory and compliance
  • Private fund formation
  • Proprietary trading firms
  • Distributed ledger products, services and technology