Chapman and Cutler grew its investment management group this month, adding two laterals well-known for their experience with exchange-traded products.

In the first week of October, Kathleen Moriarty—once dubbed the “Spider Woman” of exchange-traded funds by The Wall Street Journal—moved from Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer and started as a partner in Chapman’s New York office. In addition to her work in the exchange-traded space, Moriarty also has earned a reputation for representing big bitcoin players, including the Winklevoss twins.

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