An ethics inquiry regarding Digital Assets and Blockchain Businesses is currently being circulated for comment. Click here to read the inquiry: Coins and Digital Assets Ethics Request to NC Bar (June 2018). If you would like to provide a comment, please follow up directly with the State Bar as indicated below. The Ethics Committee is tentatively scheduled to consider this inquiry at its next quarterly meeting in July 2018.
How can law firms ethically service clients who are using Coins and other Digital Assets?
Deadline: July 12, 2018. Items received after this date will still be included in the materials that go in front of the Ethics Committee, but I urge you to meet the deadline to increase the chances that the committee members will have a chance to review it in advance of their meeting.
Comments/Responses: Should be directed in writing to Alice Neece Mine at the N.C. State Bar and may be submitted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com), facsimile (919-821-9168), or regular mail (P.O. Box 25908, Raleigh, NC 27611-5908).
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