• Digital Assets Regulation and Enforcement

    Coblentz partner Tim Crudo will moderate “Digital Assets Regulation and Enforcement” on April 6 from 12:00 to 1:15 p.m. The virtual program will be hosted by the Criminal Law Section of the Bar Association of San Francisco and will offer a brief background on digital assets, the status of current regulatory proposals and potential future regulation, and enforcement efforts by the SEC, CFTC, and the Department of Justice. For more details and to register, please click here.

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  • Coblentz’s International Legal Alliance TAGLaw Named an “Elite” Global Legal Alliance by Chambers & Partners

    Coblentz’s international legal alliance, TAGLaw®, has again been recognized by Chambers & Partners as “Elite” for 2022—the highest ranking awarded to legal networks and alliances. This is the ninth time TAGLaw has received the distinguished “Elite” designation since Chambers & Partners began ranking legal networks and alliances in 2013.

    In selecting networks and alliances for their “Elite” status, Chambers & Partners pays particular attention to the quality of the member firms, their global reach, and the value that the alliance provides to its member firms. Member firms have exceptional reputations for quality of service and client satisfaction, and strive to cooperate to provide resources and expertise as if they were right down the hall from one another.

    As the Northern California law firm representative to TAGLaw, Coblentz is able to access a network of exemplary regional, national and international legal resources to help us better serve our clients. TAGLaw, with a global footprint in over 90 countries, has leading firms in over 160 jurisdictions providing legal services to companies ranging from the Fortune 5000 and leading SMEs to high net worth individuals. With expertise in dozens of practice areas and countless industry sectors, TAGLaw offers a substantial capability to its members’ clients. This capability is expanded by TAGLaw’s unique relationship with its sister alliance of accounting firms, TIAG, providing members and clients with the multidisciplinary expertise needed in today’s business world.

    Coblentz partner Paul Tauber is a member of the Advisory Board of TAGLaw, assisting in reviewing prospective new members, offering feedback for the planning of international conferences and providing valuable guidance on future plans and initiatives.

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  • Stephen Lanctot Named JDC Volunteer of the Month

    Coblentz employment partner Stephen Lanctot has been named “Volunteer of the Month” by the Justice & Diversity Center (JDC) of the Bar Association of San Francisco.

    Steve has volunteered with JDC’s Community Organization Representation Project (CORP) since 2002. CORP provides free business law services to Northern California nonprofits that serve low-income and underrepresented individuals. Steve says that one of the most rewarding parts of volunteering is “meeting and working with the committed leaders of organizations striving to improve the lot of underserved members of our community.”

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