Santa Clara County prosecutor Erin West has recovered $2.5 million worth of digital currency from 75 investigated cases of cryptocurrency theft and is collaborating with cryptocurrency exchanges and analytics companies to develop strategies in fighting against ongoing scams, and has founded the Crypto Coalition.
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The article provides various legal news, including Donald Trump calling E. Jean Carroll a liar, law school deans trying to save the LSAT, how legal churn makes law firms unstable, recent wins by the DOJ in crypto cases, the confirmation of permanent hybrid work schedules, and a client suing Herrick Feinstein for $1.1B over blown deadlines.
The IRS has blown past its own deadline to release a report that details how the agency would use its $80 billion cash infusion, which says very little of significance, with $3.2 billion going towards improving taxpayer services and $45.6 billion going towards enforcement while the agency plans to hire almost 9,000 additional employees to work in enforcement, with an additional almost 14,000 in taxpayer services by the end of FY 2025.
Coinbase, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the US, has been hit with a "Wells Notice" from the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), stating that the SEC has made a "preliminary determination" to recommend an enforcement action against the company alleging violations of federal securities laws.
Boris Epshteyn, former President Trump's lawyer and advisor, has been accused of using his proximity to the former president to monetize his business, advise candidates seeking Trump's endorsement, and give legal advice despite ambiguity surrounding his position; Epshteyn is currently under scrutiny from the FBI, having had his phone seized due to his role in the fake electors scheme and may face criminal charges.
Lawyers are getting paid for a significant $1.20 deal, Barney Frank is blaming crypto for the now-collapsed Signature Bank despite supporting Trump administration efforts to relax banking regulations, and lawyers in rural states are being overworked due to a drought of lawyers.
Was ist Cryptocurrency Law?
Cryptocurrency Law deals with the legal implications of transactions involving digital assets. It encompasses a wide range of legal issues, including securities regulations, tax laws, and anti-money laundering regulations. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are not yet fully regulated by governments, so it is important to stay updated on the latest developments in this area. Companies and individuals involved in cryptocurrency transactions should always consult with legal experts to ensure compliance with all applicable laws.
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