Carolyn Schenck (JD '03) Speaks on "Cryptocurrency: What's Next for Regulation and Compliance" for Tax Analysts Webinar
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumna Carolyn Schenck (JD '03) spoke on "Cryptocurrency: What's Next for Regulation and Compliance?" for a Tax Analysts webinar on March 2. The webinar addressed the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that changed reporting requirements for cryptocurrency.
From Tax Analysts:
Carolyn A. Schenck is national fraud counsel and assistant division counsel (international) in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, Small Business/Self-Employed Division. In her role as national fraud counsel, Carolyn works closely with the Office of Fraud Enforcement to provide advice on the program’s design, development, and delivery of major activities to detect and deter fraud. Carolyn serves as the principal legal adviser and contact point on international and offshore tax and foreign bank account reporting matters. She has litigated numerous cases in Tax Court on behalf of the IRS. She has been an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University School of Law for Honors Appellate Advocacy. Before joining the IRS, she was an attorney for the SEC Division of Enforcement. She also worked for Chief Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit and Chief Judge H. Robert Mayer of the Federal Circuit.
A recording of the webinar may be found at Tax Analysts