A Lifecycle Look at Corporate Compliance
Designed for paralegals, legal assistants and anyone forming and managing entities on behalf of their clients, this 60-minute beginner-level presentation provides an overview of how to maintain statutory corporate compliance throughout the lifecycle of a business entity, from formation to dissolution.
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Reserving an Entity Name: Guarantee your client’s chosen name is secured for their exclusive use in every state in which they wish to transact business. Drafting and Filing Formation Documents: Meet the statutory requirements to reduce the possibility of rejection and keep your client’s projects on track.
A veteran public records research professional, Kacy Flowers began her career in 1996 as a customer service representative specializing in UCC and Corporate services for the lending and legal markets. As Marketing and Sales Support Administrator for CLAS Information Services, Ms. Flowers is an active writer, trainer, blog contributor and lecturer on topics relating to UCC searching and filing, pre-funding due diligence, risk management and corporate compliance.
CLAS Information Services is a legal and financial services firm specializing in the search, filing and retrieval of public records in the United States and abroad. CLAS is committed to delivering unparalleled service to a diverse client base that includes attorneys, paralegals, corporate legal departments, financial institutions, title companies, entrepreneurs and others. 800.952.5696 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Allen Brody, Esq., General Counsel, Organization of Legal Professionals
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Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP) is a sponsor of this webinar. OLP is a California MCLE Multiple Activity Provider. One hour CLE. Check with your state for eligibility. Classes are subject to change or cancellation. No refunds. Attendees may apply a credit towards another course or provide a substitute.