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To register for this live teleseminar, please click here About the Teleseminar  Federal securities law has widespread application to business transactions from raising equity and debt capital to incentive compensation arrangements to mergers and acquisitions.This complicated body of law applies equally to partnerships and LLCs as to C and S Corporations, and sometimes even to other contractual arrangements that do not easily fit under the rubric of a “security.”Understanding the broad sweep...
To register for this live teleseminar replay, please click here About the TeleseminarProviding for the care of pets is, for some clients, their most urgent estate and trust priority.These clients want to ensure that, after their own deaths, their pets are looked after in a safe and secure environment.But the law is unclear in this area – there are few familiar planning patterns to follow in this area.  The challenge for the planner is to create new structures to achieve these goals, includi...
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Death, Taxes and FormsWelcome to the Jungle REGISTRATION FEESEarly Bird: $150 (before March 6)Regular: $200 (after March 6)MCLE CREDITThis program qualifies for 3.0 MCLE credit hours. ABOUT THE PROGRAM:The SC Bar CLE Division is pleased to present a special and very practical seminar for attorneys who practice in Probate Court or represent Personal Representatives. Join Greenville County Probate Judge Debora Faulkner for a step-by-step explanation of South Carolina’s new...
To register for this live teleseminar replay, please click here About the Teleseminar There is an inherent tension in law practice: While scrupulously representing current clients, attorneys and their firms must vigorously seek to develop new clients and new matters – new litigations and transactions, new planning and administration work. But attorney marketing, advertising and business development are subject to a range of ethics restrictions that other marketers are not subject to and whi...
To register for this live teleseminar, please click here About the TeleseminarRepresenting parties in transactions – business, commercial, or real estate – presents a wide range of ethical issues.Foremost may be identifying your client when an entity and its owners both want you to represent them in a deal – or managing the inherent conflict through disclosure and waivers. There are also issues when a client offers you an economic piece of a transaction that potentially causes a conflict between...
To register for this live teleseminar, please click here About the Teleseminar Subleasing and assignments are essential tools for tenants to move space and mitigate the (sometimes substantial) expense of unused space.But these tools can also be the bane of landlords, who in a sense lose control of the space to subtenants with whom they are not in privity of contract. Subleases come in a variety of forms, each a delicate balance of rights, remedies and liability among the landlord, tenant, and su...
To register for this live teleseminar, please click here About the Teleseminar Subleasing and assignments are essential tools for tenants to move space and mitigate the (sometimes substantial) expense of unused space.But these tools can also be the bane of landlords, who in a sense lose control of the space to subtenants with whom they are not in privity of contract. Subleases come in a variety of forms, each a delicate balance of rights, remedies and liability among the landlord, tenant, and su...
To register for this live teleseminar replay, please click here About the TeleseminarCharitable giving can be a major portion of clients’ estate planning and introduce a vast set of complex planning considerations for their attorneys.Charitable giving may be motivated less by a desire for potential tax savings and more by a desire to leave a certain legacy and make an impact on the lives of individuals and/or a community.At the same time, clients may want to retain some measure of control during...
Upstate Mediation Center of SC
 THIS SEMINAR IS NOW FULL**Walk-in's will NOT be accepted** MCLE/LEPR CREDIT40.0 MCLE credit hours, including up to 3.25 LEPR credit hoursAttendance for all 40 hours is required***Registration limited to 20 participants*** ABOUT THE PROGRAMThis fully interactive, hands-on training will give attorneys and mental health professionals the tools needed to be an effective, ethical, certified mediator in court-connected family cases in South Carolina.If you practice in family court or w...
To register for this live teleseminar replay, please click here About the Teleseminar Charitable giving can be a major portion of clients’ estate planning and introduce a vast set of complex planning considerations for their attorneys.Charitable giving may be motivated less by a desire for potential tax savings and more by a desire to leave a certain legacy and make an impact on the lives of individuals and/or a community.At the same time, clients may want to retain some measure of control durin...
To register for this live teleseminar, please click here About the Teleseminar Wage and hour law, particularly related to overtime, is undergoing a sea change.Classifying a worker as “exempt,” and thus not entitled to overtime no matter how many hours worked in a week, has become much more difficult with the spread of non-traditional employment relationships, including the use of independent contractors, outsourcing, subcontractors, and franchisees. If an employer gets the classification wrong, ...
To register for this live teleseminar, please click here About the TeleseminarMarried couples enjoy several tax benefits, but one of the offsetting downsides is joint and several liability for taxes.When one spouse is largely in control of marital finances, particularly when a family business operated in a pass-through entity is involved, the other spouse may be aware of unpaid tax liability, tax return filing issues, or other tax troubles. The “innocent” and “injured” spouse defenses are an opp...
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