State Ethics Board Allows Lawyers to Hold Cryptocurrency in Escrow, But Not for Legal Fees

In an advisory opinion, the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct stated that attorneys may hold cryptocurrency in escrow when related to the representation of a client or for a third party through a law-related business.

The professional conduct board joined other ethics boards issuing opinions on the issue, most notably Nebraska, the first to issue an opinion in 2017.

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