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Kristina Del Vecchio Appointed Chair of Consumer Financial Services Committee – CA State Bar Business Law Section
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – August 12, 2014. Joseph & Cohen, Professional Corporation, announced today that Kristina Del Vecchio has been
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
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
Joseph & Cohen Quoted in American Banker Article on FDIC Lawsuits
Joseph & Cohen, Professional Corporation, was featured in a recent American Banker article written by Joe Adler, "Why FDIC Lawsuits
Jeffrey Lederman Joins Joseph & Cohen Bolstering Firm’s Litigation Strength
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – February 3, 2014. Joseph & Cohen, Professional Corporation, a leading financial services and litigation boutique, announced
Kristina Del Vecchio Joins Joseph & Cohen as Of Counsel
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – January 16, 2014. Joseph & Cohen, Professional Corporation, announced today that attorney Kristina Del Vecchio joined
Joseph & Cohen Adds Bitcoin as Payment Option for Clients
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – January 10, 2014. Joseph & Cohen, Professional Corporation, a San Francisco based law firm, announced today
“Building A Firm” – SF Daily Journal features Joseph & Cohen
On the August 23, 2013, the San Francisco Daily Journal featured an article about the history of Joseph & Cohen.
Joseph & Cohen Client Alert: Large and Small Lenders Alike Need Consumer Compliance Management
Does your banking or financial service business have an effective Compliance Management System (CMS) in place? A new report from
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
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