Ohio Attorneys Can Hold Crypto In Escrow, Ethics Board Says

By Elise Hansen (August 11, 2022, 4:32 PM EDT) -- Ohio attorneys may hold cryptocurrency in escrow when representing clients, but they must keep funds segregated and ensure they're not facilitating illegal activity, the state's Board of Professional Conduct said in one of the few advisory opinions to address the question....

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