Two unnamed Coinbase customers are seeking to stop the IRS from obtaining records on the digital currency exchange's user base, court records show.
Berns Weiss LLP filed a motion on behalf of two Coinbase customers that challenges an IRS-issued summons to Coinbase.
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Berns Weiss LLP has filed a motion on behalf of two Coinbase customers seeking to intervene in an ongoing dispute over an attempt by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to issue a John Doe summons on Coinbase, a company which facilitates transactions of digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Any customer of either exchange is advised to contact the law firm moving forward. Berns Weiss LLP will investigate every bit of information.
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A Berns Weiss LLP attorney and customer of the virtual currency exchanger Coinbase Inc. has told a California federal court that the IRS tried to “artificially moot” his efforts to quash a John Doe summons to obtain customer information from Coinbase by saying it no longer wants information on him.
With the IRS attempting to force Coinbase to disclose the identities of its users, several users have identified themselves and attempted to intervene in the litigation. Who will prevail?
The ongoing dispute over an attempt by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to issue a 'John Doe' summons on Coinbase, a company which facilitates transactions of digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, continues to play out in court.
On Tuesday, attorneys for the Internal Revenue Service filed the agency’s response to Los Angeles attorney and Coinbase user Jeffrey K. Berns’s motion to prevent the IRS from serving a “John Doe” summons to Coinbase. That summons would require Coinbase to provide the IRS with the identities and account information of all United States customers who exchanged digital currencies on the company’s exchange from 2013 to 2015. Read More