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LACBA - Special 8 Bundle - 8 hr CLE Credit (incl. 3.75 hr ethics)

Asset Protection in a Troubled Economy
From the underlying substantive law to practical aspects of asset protection planning (i.e., what works and what does not, is it ever too late to plan), this program will teach you everything you need to know about protecting your assets from plaintiffs and creditors. We’ll cover specific planning strategies and solutions, including planning with community property, business entities and domestic and foreign trusts. Special emphasis will be placed on protecting assets in a troubled economy, including protection from lenders holding personal guarantees. The seminar will cover how to protect specific assets common to all clients: houses, bank and brokerage accounts, rental real estate, businesses and professional practices and retirement plans. Course materials will serve as a treatise on asset protection as well as an exhaustive reference source for many of your planning needs and will outline and diagram the discussed planning techniques and structures.

What Attorneys Should Know About Fraud Prevention

  • Current events and reflection
  • Historical perspective of Regulatory Change in Dealing with Fraud and Internal Controls
  • Overview of the Elements of Fraud
  • Results of the 2008 ACFE Report to the Nation
  • Case Study: The Worst Massachusetts Private Embezzlement Case
  • Elements of an Anti-fraud
  • Program: Culture, Policies and Procedures, training and Monitoring

Ethics 2010 - Keeping Current In A World Of Change
A Year-End Review of Ethics Highlights




 
This product bundle includes the following products. (Click on the product name for details.)
  • 010853 - Asset Protection in a Troubled Economy (On-Demand Video)
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    Product #: 010853

    Product Format: On-Demand Video

    Credits:

    • General CLE Credit - 3.25

    Product Name: Asset Protection in a Troubled Economy

    Product Description:
    From the underlying substantive law to practical aspects of asset protection planning (i.e., what works and what does not, is it ever too late to plan), this program will teach you everything you need to know about protecting your assets from plaintiffs and creditors. We’ll cover specific planning strategies and solutions, including planning with community property, business entities and domestic and foreign trusts. Special emphasis will be placed on protecting assets in a troubled economy, including protection from lenders holding personal guarantees.

    The seminar will cover how to protect specific assets common to all clients: houses, bank and brokerage accounts, rental real estate, businesses and professional practices and retirement plans. Course materials will serve as a treatise on asset protection as well as an exhaustive reference source for many of your planning needs and will outline and diagram the discussed planning techniques and structures.




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  • 010611 - Ethics 2010 - Keeping Current In A World Of Change (On-Demand Video)
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    Product #: 010611

    Product Format: On-Demand Video

    Credits:

    • General CLE Credit, including Ethics credit - 3.75

    Product Name: Ethics 2010 - Keeping Current In A World Of Change

    Product Description:
    LACBA's January 9, 2010 ethics seminar gives lawyers the opportunity to learn about three critically important ethical areas that are at the heart of their practices: conflicts of interest, legal fees and the termination of the attorney-client relationship. Additionally, an expert panel will review 2009's important ethics case law and statutes. This 3.75 hours CLE program is a don't miss opportunity for those who want to keep current in these demanding times.

    A Year-End Review of Ethics Highlights
    John W. Amberg, Esq. (Bryan Cave)
    Jon L. Rewinski, Esq. (Locke, Lord, Bissell & Liddell)

    What to do when the Attorney-Client Relationship Ends
    David L. Brandon, Esq. (Morris, Polich & Purdy)
    Evan A. Jenness, Esq. (Law Offices of Evan A. Jenness)

    Really Interesting Stuff about Legal Fees
    Diane L Karpman, Esq. (Karpman & Associates)
    Joan Mack, Esq. (Caldwell, Leslie & Proctor)

    Conflicts of Interest
    Joel Alan Osman, Esq. (Osman & Associates)
    David B. Parker, Esq. (Parker Mills)




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  • 010804 - What Attorneys Should Know About Fraud Prevention (On-Demand Video)
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    Product #: 010804

    Product Format: On-Demand Video

    Credits:

    • General CLE Credit - 1

    Product Name: What Attorneys Should Know About Fraud Prevention

    Product Description:
    • Current events and reflection
    • Historical perspective of Regulatory Change in Dealing with Fraud and Internal Controls
    • Overview of the Elements of Fraud
    • Results of the 2008 ACFE Report to the Nation
    • Case Study: The Worst Massachusetts Private Embezzlement Case
    • Elements of an Anti-fraud
    • Program: Culture, Policies and Procedures, training and Monitoring

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR WEBCAST PARTICIPANTS Webinar registration for this program closes on [4/19/2010]. Early registration is required. Login information will be forwarded to each webinar registrant 24 hours before the event, so please ensure that your email address is correct. To receive full CLE credit for viewing the webinar, registrants must login individually (it is recommended that registrants login 5 minutes early).




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    TOTAL BUNDLED CREDITS: 8
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       Small Firm and Sole Practitioner
     
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