Neil M. Sunkin, a former Partner in a national law firm and former Counsel at First Interstate Bank of California, has over 32-years of experience in business and commercial matters, corporate governance and shareholder’s and partner’s rights, banking and financial institutions, and real estate.

Neil has a keen interest in the emerging law that will govern cryptocurrencies and the digital coin industry. Neil has a B.A., Cum Laude from Brandeis University and a Juris Doctor from Emory University School of Law, J.D. Neil has published in the legal profession and has taught and lectured to attorneys.

He is currently the Chair, Business and Real Estate Law Section of the San Fernando Valley, California Bar Association. Some recent publications and articles include “Civil Law Update: Recent California Supreme Court Decisions” (Valley Lawyer, September 2015) and “A Trial Lawyer’s Perspective on Litigating D & O Claims” (2012).