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NEW! The Pennsylvania Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (“RUFADAA”)

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Webcast

STARTFri., Aug. 14, 2020
1:00 PM
ENDFri., Aug. 14, 2020
4:15 PM
CLE 2 sub/1 eth PRICE Regular: $249.00
New Attorney: $125.00
Subscribers Pay: $0.00
Webcast Replay

STARTFri., Aug. 28, 2020
12:00 PM
ENDFri., Aug. 28, 2020
3:15 PM
CLE 2 sub/1 eth PRICE Regular: $249.00
New Attorney: $125.00
Subscribers Pay: $0.00

About

On July 13, the Pennsylvania Senate passed SB320, adopting the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act. Developed by the Uniform Law Commission (ULC), the Act provides fiduciaries such as executors and agents under powers of attorneys the legal means to manage the digital assets of deceased or incapacitated people.

This program provides a review of the Act and a discussion among distinguished panelists regarding its background and practical application to estates, trusts, powers of attorney, and guardianships. It will cover the law's effects on digital assets including emails, other electronic records, cryptocurrencies, and block chain. The discussion will address federal tax guidance and offer sample language for wills, trusts and powers of attorney.

Our panel includes trust and estate attorneys, corporate fiduciary legal counsel as well as Benjamin Orzeske, Chief Counsel of the UCL and Ayesha Minhaj, Associate Security Counsel at Google.

 

 
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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
Justin H. Brown Esq. Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders LLP (Phila)
Ross E. Bruch Esq. Brown Brothers Harriman & Company
Karen A. Fahrner Esq. Heckscher Teillon Terrill & Sager PC
Ayesha Manhaj Esq. Google Inc
Benjamin Orzeske Esq. The Uniform Law Commission
Eric R. Strauss Esq. Worth Magee & Fisher PC
Eric R. Strauss Esq. Worth Magee & Fisher PC
Jennifer L. Zegel Esq. Kleinbard LLC
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