Compliance date is near, and businesses need to be prepared to comply. Do your clients need to file anything by January 1, 2024? This update offers the latest information on the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) to help your clients prepare for this recent change. Join our experienced faculty as they walk you through the CTA final rule and help you understand what businesses need to know under the new reporting requirements of beneficial ownership and more. Avoid compliance burdens for your clients - register today!
Learn about which entities must report, who's exempt, and what information must be included.
Prevent penalties by knowing what to do to remain in compliance of the new final rule.
Discuss current corporate legal trends in relation to the CTA and what those might mean for the future.
Companies That Must File a Report Under the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) Final Rule
Determining the Beneficial Owners: Substantial Control and Ownership Interest
How to Report: What We Know About the FinCen Form and Portal
Essential Information That Must Be Disclosed
Non-Reporting and Inaccurate Reporting Penalties, Mistakes to Avoid
Current Data Privacy and Use Concerns and Future Rulemaking Trends
What Steps Should Companies and Business Owners Take Now?
Katherine L. Taylor founded Taylor Legal after serving for ten years as senior assistant county solicitor for Howard County, Maryland Government, and seven years as a commercial litigator at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, a premier law firm in Baltimore, Maryland. She specializes in representing business owners in sales and acquisitions. Ms. Taylor earned a B.S. degree in accounting, with honors, from the University of North Carolina in Charlotte. After graduating college, she took the CPA exam and became a licensed CPA the same year she started law school at the University of Maryland School of Law in Baltimore, Maryland, from which she graduated with honors. Ms. Taylor is a professor in the Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law. She oversees student attorneys who represent business owners and businesses.
Karen A. Tobin is a corporate and business transaction attorney with Amundsen Davis, LLC. Her exposure as a corporate liaison to three outside law firms in dealing with company formations, commercial lease negotiations, and working with governmental organizations relating to planning and development of real estate, intrigued her so much that she decided to become an attorney herself. Today, Ms. Tobin has in-depth knowledge and experience with mergers and acquisitions, not for profit organizations, corporate formations and reorganizations, succession planning, and qualification of tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service for both 501 (c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizations. She is instrumental in qualifying organizations for Women Business Enterprise certification, Minority Business Enterprise certification, and Disadvantaged Business certifications, as well as annual recertification's. Ms. Tobin has experience in small claims contract litigation, shareholder dispute settlement negotiation, and litigation involving breaches of fiduciary duty and fraudulent conveyance. Prior to her legal career, Ms. Tobin served as development director for a commercial and residential development company. She was directly responsible for the initial start-up of new residential and commercial developments, commercial leasing efforts, and monitoring advertising and promotional efforts. Included in her responsibilities were site selection, pro-forma analysis and due diligence, and rezoning, as well as proposal submissions to the city of Chicago of requests for qualifications (RFQs) and requests for proposals (RFPs) in the planned unit development process. Ms. Tobin earned her B.S. degree from Indiana University and her J.D. degree from Loyola University School of Law.
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