Nicholas Himonidis will be co-presenting a live webinar for The CPA Academy on May 27 at 10:00 a.m. entitled ‘Cryptocurrency: How To Find And Track in Litigation‘. The webinar will cover the tools and methods used to identify cryptocurrency use and conduct forensic analysis of cryptocurrency transactions. For more information or to register please use the link below.
Nick Himonidis joins panel speaking on cryptocurrency in divorce litigation at April, 2020 ABA Family Law conference in San Diego. Nick will be joined by forensic accountant Mark DiMichael of Citrin Cooperman and attorney Kelly Burris of Cordell & Cordell discussing ‘Cryptocurrency and How to Find it and Track It in Divorce Litigation’. The presentation on Thursday April 30, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. (PST) will be webcast live to the entire ABA FLS. For more information about the ABA FLS conference, or to sign up, please visit:
Nick Himonidis will be a featured guest lecturer for the MATLAW 2020 Courtroom Evidence Programs! Matlaw (and Tim Tippins) are among the most respected providers of CLE programs for matrimonial and family law attorneys in New York.
Nick has been invited to join this exciting program and present on a wide range of hot topics and current trends in digital evidence affecting matrimonial and family law including: email and text message evidence, social media evidence, geolocation & digital ‘footprints’, encryption roadblocks in e-discovery, cloud recording systems, cryptocurrency and digital espionage in matrimonial cases.
Dates for the Matlaw 2020 Courtroom Evidence Program are as follows:
May 5 Rochester
May 6 Syracuse
May 7 Albany
May 18 Long Island
May 19 Manhattan
May 20 White Plains
For more information, or to register for one of the programs please visit MATLAW’s website:
The NGH Group is proud to announce that Nicholas Himonidis is running a course at the Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium 2o19. The course: ‘Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies: Understanding These Technologies and Their Impact on Financial Investigations and Forensic Accounting’ will provide a basic understanding of how cryptocurrencies and blockchains operate and discuss their impact on financial investigations and forensic accounting; including tips and techniques on identifying their potential use, tracing transactions, and strategies to tie crypto assets and transactions to specific individuals / entities.
For more information, please visit the symposium homepage at https://go.nccpap.org/litps/home