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Andrew Hinkes Publishes Article About Cryptoassets in ABA Pretrial Practice & Discovery

Carlton Fields blockchain attorney Andrew (Drew) Hinkes authored an article in ABA Pretrial Practice & Discovery discussing the need for litigators to understand cryptoassets as part of the discovery process.
“Without a clear understanding of how these assets function, how they are controlled, and how they may be transferred, counsel may miss valuable assets in collection actions, unwittingly ignore fraudulent transfers, and/or allow parties to violate bankruptcy court turnover orders,” Hinkes wrote.
READ: ABA Pretrial Practice & Discovery, “Discovering Cryptoassets: A Journey into the Unknown


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