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Must Lawyers Now Affirmatively Challenge Their Clients? — New ABA Guidance (06/08/2020)

Program Number: 30157 Presenter: Daniel R. Alonso, Esq., Joel Cohen, Esq., Michael S. Ross, Esq.

Lawyers are trusted keepers of their client’s secrets, but sometimes a lawyer might suspect that the client is seeking the lawyer’s advice or assistance to carry out a transaction that is criminal or fraudulent. Existing Rule 1.2(d) of the American Bar Association’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct prohibits lawyers from counseling clients to engage in activity the lawyer knows is fraudulent. But what if the lawyer strongly suspects nefarious aims, but does not have actual knowledge? On April 29, 2020, the ABA issued Formal Opinion 491, in which it advised that lawyers have a duty to inquire further if the facts known establish a “high probability” that the client is seeking to use the lawyer’s services to commit a crime or a fraud. The panel of distinguished ethics professionals will explore the contours of this duty to inquire, with concrete guidance and examples of scenarios in which the issue

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Building Cryptocurrency + Blockchain Investigations Involving Bitcoin / Crypto Automated Teller Machines (BTMs / CTMs) (12/05/2019)

Program Number: 29183 Presenter: Lourdes C. Miranda

This program includes understanding the money laundering and terrorist financing threats of using Bitcoin / Crypto Automated Teller Machines (BTMs / CTMs); how to mitigate those threats; what are the reporting requirements for money services businesses; how to build criminal cases; and, which investigative and analytical tools are recommended. Learning objectives for attorneys: • Understanding the money laundering and terrorist financing threats of using BTMs / CTMs. • Understanding the 5 Pillars of the Bank Secrecy Act’s Anti-Money Laundering + Countering Financing of Terrorism Requirements involving cryptocurrency transactions. • Understanding what to look for in Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) + Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs) that are submitted to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). • Understanding the latest Financial Action Task Force (FATF) guidance and reporting. • Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of building the chain of custody on the blockchain. • Understanding the value of investigative + analytical cryptocurrency + blockchain tools when building criminal cases.

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