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This basic-to-intermediate level program is designed for attorneys. It may also benefit business owners and paralegals.

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This practical program will prepare you to counsel owners on an assortment of legal situations encountered during the life of a business. (see full course description)

 

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Representing Small Business Clients

Confidently Advise Your Small-Business Clients
When you become a small business’s “go-to” attorney you need to be comfortable advising your client on a variety of business issues. You may begin the relationship by simply assisting during entity selection and formation, but once a client trusts your legal guidance it is not uncommon for a business to seek you out for further advice. This practical program will prepare you to counsel owners on an assortment of legal situations encountered during the life of a business. Expand your expertise and prepare for the most common questions. Register today!

  • Be prepared to answer common questions small business owners seek legal advice for.
  • Confidently advise clients on employee benefits and hiring documents.
  • Prevent illegal debt collection practices while effectively working to collect unpaid accounts.
  • Review how to decide when pursuing a past-due account is advantageous or a lost-cause.
  • Understand what steps a business must take to protect account information and consumer privacy.
  • Know cost-effective techniques to protect a business’s intellectual property, such as a business name or website domain.
  • Identify whether or not a business has nexus in a state: is there a physical or indirect presence?
  • Be prepared to advise business owners on how to plan for the future while protecting heirs and beneficiaries.
  • Recognize how to dissolve a business by appropriately filing with local, state and federal agencies.
  • Avoid unethical situations by ensuring your fees and charges are adequate and fair.

  1. Employment Laws You Need to Know
    9:00 - 10:00, Erin T. Middleton
    1. Hiring: Interview Guidelines and Necessary Paperwork
    2. Complying With the Americans With Disabilities Act
    3. Wage and Hour Law Basics
    4. Employee Benefits Requirements
    5. Employee Injuries: What Laws Apply?
  2. Protecting Intellectual Property
    10:15 - 11:00, Alec J. McGinn
    1. Intellectual Property: Common Terms
    2. Determining When to Pursue Intellectual Protections
    3. Protecting Your Client’s Business Name, Ideas, Products and Services
    4. Recent Developments and Case Law Update
  3. Complying With Sales and Use Tax
    11:00 - 12:00, Gary R. Thorup
    1. Selling Across State Lines: Clarifying Nexus
    2. Goods and Services That are Taxable
    3. Filing Requirements: Forms, Applications and Certificates
    4. Identifying Tax Exemptions and Exclusions
  4. Estate Planning for the Small Business
    1:00 - 2:00, Matthew S. Wiese
    1. Accounting for Family Dynamics
    2. FLLPs, FLLCs, C and S Corporations, LLC as an S Corporation
    3. The Importance of Business Valuations
    4. Converting an Existing Business Structure to Another
    5. Drafting Buy/Sell Agreements for an Operating Business
    6. Income and Gift Tax Considerations
    7. Planning for the Heirs/Beneficiaries of the Business Owner(s)
    8. Exit Planning
  5. Dissolving a Business
    2:00 - 2:40, Brian A. Lebrecht
    1. Formalizing the Decision to Dissolve
    2. Filing Required Documents with Local, State and Federal Agencies
    3. Notifying Any and All Creditors
    4. Distributing Assets Efficiently
    5. Filing IRS Forms and Reporting Requirements
  6. Maintaining an Ethical Practice
    2:55 - 3:55, Richard W. Sheffield
  7. Capital Raising
    3:55 - 4:30, Eric D. Bawden
    1. When Security Laws Apply
    2. How to Comply with Security Laws
    3. Special Considerations for Start Up and Small Businesses
      1. Friends and Family
      2. JOBS Act
      3. Finders

Seminar Summary:

This practical program will prepare you to counsel owners on an assortment of legal situations encountered during the life of a business. (see full course description)

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