Presented by BHBA's Litigation Section
Co-sponsored by the Beverly Hills Bar Foundation
Everything You Wanted to Know About Crypto and Criminal Law
Monday, May 24, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
This dynamic panel will explore the utilization and impact of cryptocurrency in general crime, white collar, and quasi criminal matters. The panel will cover the use of crypto in dark net marketplaces and the role of unlicensed money services businesses. The panel will also discuss initial coin offerings, what makes disclosures adequate, and SEC oversight and enforcement. Finally, the panel will discuss the use of crypto in Ponzi schemes and will use specific case examples throughout the program.

If you wanted to know the role of crypto in criminal and quasi criminal matters, this program is for you!
Resident Legal Advisor, Gulf Region, U.S. Department of Justice
Executive Vice President, Risk Control Strategies
Former Special Agent for the FBI
Keri Curtis Axel, Trial and Appellate Lawyer, Waymaker & Former Assistant U.S. Attorney and Former SEC Enforcement Staff Attorney
Moderated by Nina Marino, Kaplan | Marino
About the Section
The BHBA Criminal Law Section is chaired by David Kirman.
Find out more about the Section at bhba.org/criminal-law/
This program is FREE for BHBA Members and $25 for Non Members.
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