adds attorney from McGuireWoods as new general counsel, a Princeton-based company designed to decentralized human rights using technology and legal innovations on blockchain, announced it has a new general counsel.

Kathleen Dooley, former partner at the law firm McGuireWoods LLP, has joined as its general counsel.

“We are proud to have such an established and well-respected litigation attorney on our team. Kathleen’s experience with high-level business and legal management, and her strategic approach to corporate litigation, will be influential in helping further our mission,” stated Michael DePalma, founder, president and chief operating officer of

While at McGuireWoods, Dooley, who decades of experience in litigation, managed teams of litigators in business and customer credit disputes, class actions, pharmaceutical/medical device/consumer product diversion and more.

“I look forward to leveraging my global network of investors and lawyers to support and strategically build its brand and mission,” Dooley said. “More than a product or service, this unprecedented venture is changing the way the world will look at medical data. It is utterly transformative. I am thrilled to be part of a venture whose mission is to change the way the world thinks.”