Jeremy A. Liabo
Jeremy Liabo joined Ropes & Gray in 2013. Jeremy focuses his practice on hedge funds, derivatives and commodities. Prior to joining Ropes & Gray Jeremy was in-house counsel at Eris Exchange, a CFTC regulated futures exchange (DCM).
While in law school, Jeremy was a legal intern with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission Division of Enforcement and United States Senate Assistant Majority Leader Richard Durbin.
- Quoted, “CFTC proposal holds harsh surprise for asset owners,” Pensions & Investments (May 29, 2017)
- Co-author, “CFTC permits registered CTAs to use third-party recordkeepers: What CCOs need to know,” Compliance Reporter (May 24, 2017)
- Co-author, “NFA Inspections—Practical Guidance for CPOs and CTAs,” The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation (February 18, 2015)
- Author, “CFTC Staff Issues Self-Executing Registration Relief for Certain Delegating CPOs,” Thomson Reuters’ Derivatives Financial Products Report (November 19, 2014)
- Author, “How to Approach New CPO Registration Relief” Compliance Intelligence (October 30, 2014)
- “The New Threat to Financial Reform: The End-User Exemption to Dodd-Frank Mandatory Swap Clearance,” 45 John Marshall Law Review 117 (2011)
- Co-author, “Disruptive Regulatory Practices - The New DCM Core Principles,” Futures Industry Association Conference Baltimore (May 2012)
- Presenter, “Industry Updates,” Chicago Bar Association’s Futures and Derivatives Law Committee (May 21, 2014)
- BA (Political Science), University of Iowa, 2006
- JD, cum laude, The John Marshall Law School, 2012; comment editor, The John Marshall Law Review