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Boxerman and Schwerin become Inaugural Members of Digital Currency and Ledger Defense Coalition

Sanford J. Boxerman and Michelle F. Schwerin, members of the Capes Sokol White Collar Criminal Defense & Internal Investigations practice group, have joined more than fifty other attorneys from around the country,  to form the Digital Currency and Ledger Defense Coalition (DCLDC).

The objective of the DCLDC is “to help protect individual constitutional rights and civil liberties in connection with regulatory and law enforcement scrutiny and efforts relating to digital currencies (e.g. bitcoin) and ledgers (e.g. blockchains).”

The DCLDC exists to help people and companies deal with legal issues involving these technologies.  In addition, members of the DCLDC plan to submit amicus briefs in cases where key issues impacting those technologies may arise.

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Sanford J. Boxerman

 

Sanford Boxerman, one of Capes Sokol’s founders and Chair of the firm’s White Collar Criminal Defense and Internal Investigations practice group, defends individuals and corporations in white collar investigations and prosecutions. Sandy is a frequent presenter and speaker at educational seminars for lawyers and others, discussing a wide variety of legal areas including virtual currencies, and blogs about these and other legal matters.

 

 

Michelle F. Schwerin
Michelle F. Schwerin

 

Michelle F. Schwerin represents individuals and businesses in a variety of tax matters, including tax liability disputes, innocent spouse claims, claims for penalty abatement, refund claims and litigation, preparer and promoter penalty investigations and tax collection matters. Michelle also represents clients in all stages of federal and state securities investigations and litigation.

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