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Corporate Compliance In the Age of Cryptocurrency

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Tuesday, October 09, 2018
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM
Eastern Standard Time
Oakland County Bar Association
1760 South Telegraph Road, Suite 100
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

12483343400


This seminar presents an analysis of the intersection between current business laws and the burgeoning cryptocurrency landscape.

 

Speakers: Patrick E. Corbett, Esq., United States Attorneys Office, Eastern District of Michigan; John Gleeson, Storj Labs; Michael P. Hindelang, Esq., Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP 

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Course Description: Cryptocurrency, blockchain, bitcoin. What are they, how do they work and what are the legal implications of their use in a corporate setting? This seminar will explore the development of this digital technology and procedures for following corporate and criminal law. Topics of discussion will include:

  • The background and business perspective on blockchain, cryptocurrency and decentralized applications 
  • Corporate law compliance
  • Cryptocurrency and the tax code
  • Criminal and law enforcement implications of this new technology

Fees:

     $40 - OCBA Members
     $30 - OCBA New Lawyers (P77000 and above), Paralegals & Students
     $60 - All Non-Members

At the door:

     $50 - OCBA Members
     $40 - OCBA New Lawyers (77000 and above), Paralegals and Students
     $75 - All Non-Members

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Refunds will be given to registrants whose cancellations are received no less than two business days before the program begins. No refunds will be granted thereafter. Seminar coordinators cannot guarantee that seminar materials (or refreshments where applicable) will be available for those who have not registered and paid in advance.

 

 
 

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