Litigation & FinTech
Veteran litigator Cameron Heaps Ippolito is a former Assistant United States Attorney with first-chair experience in over 70 jury trials. She litigates in the areas of copyright and trademark issues, contract disputes, and alleged white-collar crimes, including forfeiture actions. She has a wealth of experience in government investigations and civil litigation. Cameron has expertise in the Banking Secrecy Act ("BSA"), Anti-Money Laundering ("AML"), and Know Your Customer ("KYC") rules. She also specializes in Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN") and state government requirements and guidance, advising financial technology clients regarding compliance, licensing and government relations.
Cameron has spent nearly 25 years in public service and private practice, including serving as a law clerk in Virginia Circuit Court, as a Senior Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Richmond, Virginia, as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia, and as a Senior Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Georgia. In private practice, Cameron currently represents parties in cases pending in state and federal courts in Virginia, Delaware, and California. In addition, Cameron has appeared before the Fourth and Eleventh Circuits.
Cameron is not just a trial lawyer. In addition to managing relations for cryptocurrency and other FinTech clients with state and federal agencies, she also has significant arbitration experience under both the AAA and the ICC rules.