California’s state bar will dive into the ever-evolving issue of cryptocurrency after an ethics committee Friday agreed to pursue possible guidance for lawyers who accept digital assets for legal services.
At a regular meeting, members of the bar’s Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct said they will do additional research on the matter, which could lead to a draft opinion that will circulate publicly.
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