Marc Chafetz, Esq. is a prominent lawyer with over thirty years of experience. A graduate of the University of Virginia’s School of Law where he served as an Editor of the Virginia International Law Journal, Mr. Chafetz clerked for Federal District Judge Albert V. Bryan, Jr. Mr. Chafetz then joined the DC office of the large international law firm Fulbright & Jaworski, now Norton Rose Fulbright, where he engaged in complex litigation, including class action, and white collar criminal defense work. Subsequently, he joined the SEC’s Division of Enforcement. While there, he was involved in many prominent cases, including the investigation of Edwin Meese upon his nomination by President Reagan to become Attorney General; the investigation of Michael Milken, Ivan Boesky and others involving insider trading violations. While at the SEC, Mr. Chafetz brought the first stock manipulation prosecution in decades. That case went to trial where Mr. Chafetz won a judgment for the Commission. After returning to private practice, Mr. Chafetz was invited back to the SEC to argue that case’s appeal. Mr. Chafetz was awarded the SEC’s Outstanding Service award for his service. Mr. Chafetz has also been involved in myriad startup ventures as CEO, COO, and general counsel to numerous companies. As a partner in the venture firm Bozman Partners, Mr. Chafetz invested in software companies in the US, Europe and Asia. Mr. Chafetz is also the author of numerous articles on a variety of legal subjects in law reviews including bank fraud, the applicability of the federal crime control act to financial institutions, the applicability of federal securities laws to defensive actions in control situations. Mr. Chafetz has also been interviewed by numerous media including an appearance of Good Morning America. He has served on the boards of numerous for profit and charitable institutions.