Approaches to Fraudulent-Transfer Litigation Involving Bitcoins

March 5, 2018

As wild fluctuations in cryptocurrency value invites a potential surge in bitcoin-related bankruptcies, a guest on ABI's latest podcast examines how to approach cryptocurrency in fraudulent-transfer litigation. ABI Executive Director Sam Gerdano talks with Alan Rosenberg of Markowitz, Ringel, Trusty + Hartog, PA (Miami), author of the February ABI Journal article "The Cryptocurrency Craze: How to Treat Bitcoins in Fraudulent-Transfer Litigation," about what practitioners should know about bitcoin and potential approaches to fraudulent-transfer litigation involving cryptocurrency.


Did you know that ABI's upcoming Annual Spring Meeting — to be held April 19-22 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C. — will have a special session on how fraudulent-transfer litigation and cryptocurrency could be affecting your daily practice? Find out more information and register today at abiasm.org!

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