Anne Termine

Deputy General Counsel, Head of Policy, Regulatory and Litigation at Yuga Labs

Anne Termine has a diverse and extensive work experience in the legal field. Anne began their career as a Senior Assistant District Attorney at the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office, where they handled numerous criminal trials, including murder cases. Anne then joined the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as a Senior Trial Attorney and later became the Chief Trial Attorney - Supervisor. During their time at the CFTC, they played a key role in designing and leading the enforcement program for the manipulation and false reporting of LIBOR, Euribor, and TIBOR, resulting in significant penalties. After their tenure at the CFTC, they worked as Of Counsel at Covington & Burling LLP. Anne then joined Bracewell LLP as a Partner, leading their Cryptocurrency and Blockchain and Government Enforcement and Investigations Practices. In this role, they represented clients in the commodities, derivatives, and cryptocurrency markets, assisting them with internal investigations, regulatory enforcement, and litigation matters. Currently, Anne is the Deputy General Counsel and Head of Policy, Regulatory and Litigation at Yuga Labs, where they shape the company's policy priorities and advocates for the web3 ecosystem through engagement with government and industry stakeholders.

Anne Termine attended Bucknell University from 1989 to 1993, where they earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. From 1996 to 1999, they pursued their legal education at Tulane University Law School. No specific degree or field of study was mentioned for their time at Tulane University.



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  • Deputy General Counsel, Head of Policy, Regulatory and Litigation

    October, 2022 - present

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