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Jonathan Cohen Quoted in ACAMS moneylaundering.com Article on Directors and Officers Liability Insurance Issues

Joseph & Cohen, Professional Corporation, was featured in a recent ACAMS moneylaundering.com article by Kira Zalan and Colby Adams titled “With Regulators’ Talk of Individual Fines Comes Bankers’ Queries on Insurance.” Published on June 17, 2014, the article explores why more and more bank compliance officers are exploring the scope of insurance coverage under Directors and Officers (D&O) liability insurance policies to address the rise of regulatory penalties against individual bankers. The article notes an important and often overlooked reality that many financial institutions and their officers are unaware of the exclusions in their D&O policies, to which Jonathan Cohen,

Litigators Nicole Dogwill and Robyn Callahan Join Joseph & Cohen

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – April 08, 2014.  Joseph & Cohen, Professional Corporation, announced today that the firm has added two skilled litigation attorneys to its expanding boutique litigation practice. Nicole P. Dogwill joined the firm as a Partner, and Robyn C. Callahan as Of Counsel. Nicole Dogwill is an experienced litigator with core expertise advising and defending mature and emerging companies, as well as their directors and officers, on matters involving fiduciary duty, corporate governance, securities, fraud, antitrust/unfair business practices, and related business claims. Ms. Dogwill also advises and litigates fiduciary duty and related claims arising in trust and estate

Feds Bite Largest Bitcoin Exchange: Lessons for Virtual Currency Entrepreneurs

By Jonathan D. Joseph When the US Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, a/k/a FinCEN, published an interpretative ruling on March 18, 2013 discussing how its regulations applied to users, exchangers and administrators of virtual currencies, Mt. Gox, the world’s largest exchange for Bitcoin transactions, should have taken note.   Mt. Gox and other early pioneers in the virtual currency space have anarchist roots and generally eschew governmental regulation; however, it is now clear that the survivors in the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency ecosystem will be those that successfully navigate the complex web of federal and state money transmission laws and regulations. Earlier

Bankruptcy Attorney David Honig Joins Boutique Financial Services and Litigation Law Firm – Joseph & Cohen

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – May 2, 2013.  Joseph & Cohen, Professional Corporation, announced today that leading bankruptcy and restructuring attorney David A. Honig has joined the Firm as a Partner. Mr. Honig, who has worked in the restructuring field for over 20 years, comes to Joseph & Cohen after his successful 10-year tenure as a corporate partner at Winston & Strawn LLP, a prestigious international law firm, where he practiced in that firm’s restructuring and insolvency group in San Francisco.  Prior to that, he was a partner at San Francisco-based Murphy Sheneman Julian & Rogers (previously known as Murphy Weir

Joseph & Cohen Elevates Ken Sayre-Peterson to Partner

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – May 1, 2013. Joseph & Cohen, a Professional Corporation headquartered in San Francisco, announced today that Kenneth Sayre-Peterson has been elected a partner following his successful stint as Of Counsel with the firm that began in February 2012. Managing Partner, Jonathan Joseph stated, “Joseph & Cohen’s clients have benefited from Ken Sayre-Peterson’s enormous expertise in bank regulation, credit union matters, financial services, corporate transactions, money transmitter compliance and bank enforcement work.  He has helped to secure the firm’s position as one of the leading bank and depository institution regulatory practices in California. Elevating Ken to partner