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Chapter Webinar - Update on New York’s Administration of Digital Assets Act
Wednesday, December 02, 2020, 08:30am - 09:30am
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Please register now to attend the EPC of Rochester WEBINAR, Wednesday 12/2/2020 "Understanding New York's Administration of Digital Assets Act" Speaker - Michael P. Panebianco, Esq.  from Sheehan, Phinney, Bass & Green, PA in Manchester, NH and Boston, MA. 

This is an MORNING PROGRAM

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Presentation

One Continuing Education Credit is Pending for ALL Disciplines (To earn CE credits attendees must Register and attend, staying to the end.  COMPLETE THE SPEAKER EVALUATION FORM that "pops up" on your screen at the end of the completed session only once.  Lawyers will need to enter the codes given by the speakers.)

**PLEASE NOTE: Speaker Handout will be sent to you electronically in advance of the program. It is your responsibility to print it if you would like a hard copy at the Meeting.**

About the Program


"Understanding New York's Administration of Digital Assets Act"

  1. Background to EPTL 13-A: Administration of Digital Assets ("Act") 
  2. Primary Purpose of the Act and overview of selected definitions 
  3. Applicability of the Act & Hierarchy for Disclosure by the User 
  4. Procedure for Disclosing Digital Assets 
  5. Electronic Communications 
  6. Disclosure of Electronic Communications 
  7. Fiduciary Duty and Authority 
  8. Questions & Answers 

About the Speaker

Michael P Panebianco Esq.

Michael P. Panebianco, Esq. 

Mr. Panebianco is a trust and estate attorney at Sheehan, Phinney, Bass & Green, PA in Manchester, NH and Boston, MA. Michael is admitted to practice law in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, and Florida. He earned his LL.M. (Taxation) at Georgetown University Law Center; is a certified AEP® (Accredited Estate Planner®) by the National Association of Estate Planners and Councils (NAEPC); a Board member of NAEPC; a member and past president of the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council; past chair of the Trust & Estate Section of the NH Bar Association; a member of the Boston Estate Planning Council where he currently serves on the Outreach Committee;

He has taught Wills, Trusts & Estates at UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law for many years as an adjunct professor.

Cost To Attend

EPC Rochester Members  

Complimentary (included in your 2020-2021 dues)
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First time Guests who are prospective members will receive complimentary attendance:
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You MUST Contact EPC for Complimentary Registration by clicking here or by calling (585) 586-6906.

Guests who do NOT qualify for Membership - $20

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All others guests - $99
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Attorneys with less than five years experience and working for a firm of less than five attorneys shall receive a 50% discount to attend all EPC meetings. Further, all law students who register in advance shall be admitted to the classes for free.

One Continuing Education Credit is Pending for ALL Disciplines (To earn CE credits attendees must Register and attend, staying to the end.  COMPLETE THE SPEAKER EVALUATION FORM that "pops up" on your screen at the end of the completed session only once.  Lawyers will need to enter the codes given by the speakers.)

**PLEASE NOTE: Speaker Handout will be sent to you electronically in advance of the program. It is your responsibility to print it if you would like a hard copy at the Meeting.**

 

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