Nonmembers CPAs pay an additional $21.25 per credit hour for CE classes; nonmember CPAs will be held responsible for paying this additional amount.
The purpose of this seminar is to discuss, update and review a variety of business and family law Issues encountered by both business and individual clients, as well as identify potential legal issues before problems develop. Typically, CPAs and in-house accountants are in a better position to identify their client’s/employer’s legal problems than attorneys, and a good understanding of various business and family law subjects can enable them to be a great resource for their clients/employer.
Topics to be discussed are
- corporate and business entities
- employment law
- director and officer fiduciary duties and liabilities
- probate, wills and trusts
- intellectual property
- consumer protection
- real estate
- natural resources
- divorce and community property
- health and not-for-profits
- international tax
- community property and divorce
Course Objective(s): Attendees will learn about a variety of business and family law issues encountered by both business and individual clients, as well as learn to identify potential legal issues before problems develop.
Prerequisites: The method of presentation is group-live instruction and the program level is overview/update. There are no prerequisites for this course nor is there any advanced preparation required.