Please Note: Early Bird rates run through January 21; beginning January 22, rates increase.
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Speaker: Andrew M. Hinkes, Esq., Berger Singerman LLP
Do you understand Bitcoin? If you do, do you know how to locate it, value it and divide it? If not, you must attend our upcoming CLE, cosponsored by the Family Law and Taxation Sections. In this seminar you will understand bitcoin and other virtual currencies, how they function and operate, how they are regulated, how they are taxed, how they compare to other forms of value transfer, and how they do, and will impact multiple existing areas of law.
Topics include: how distributed virtual currencies work and are regulated, US tax implications, the impact of bitcoin on clawback/fraudulent transfer actions/insolvency proceeding, distribution of virtual currency assets- mechanics and legalities, virtual currencies and real estate transactions, virtual currencies and litigation basics and discovery of virtual currency assets
Jointly hosted by the Tax and Family Law Sections