Dogecoin, Bitcoin, and the U.S. Government: Regulatory Trends in Cryptocurrency
Blank Rome of counsel Jed M. Silversmith will serve as a panelist at the Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ (“PACDL”) 2021 White Collar Practice Seminar, being held online as a virtual event November 11 and 12, 2021.
Jed’s session, “Dogecoin, Bitcoin, and the U.S. Government: Regulatory Trends in Cryptocurrency,” will take place on Friday, November 12, from 2:55 to 3:55 p.m. EST. The panel will focus on recent enforcement trends by the Internal Revenue Service, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and other regulatory agencies, and provide practical advice for representing a client who has purchased or sold cryptocurrency.
Other program sessions include:
- Having a Grand Old Time—Navigating Pennsylvania State and Federal Grand Jury Practice
- Anti-Money Laundering Trends: The Use of Domestic Money Laundering Tools to Target
- Capturing the Zeitgeist: Criminal Justice Reform and Your Client's Sentencing
- Antitrust and Politics: Are We Entering a New Era?
- The Future of Controlled Substance Compliance and Suspicious Order Monitoring in the Wake of the National Opioid Settlements
- Creating Clarity Out of Chaos: Navigating the Murky Waters of FCE Enforcement
- Digital Evidence
- Tip of the Iceberg: PPP Loan Fraud and What Lies Beneath the Surface
- The Coatesville Lynching
Blank Rome is pleased to be a Gold Sponsor of the Conference.
CLE credit is available.