Bankruptcy

The Truth About the Employee Retention Credit (ERC): An Informative & Practical Tax CLE

Many business owners don’t know about the ERC or they’ve received bad professional advice and been told they don’t qualify because they have not had a significant drop in revenues. The truth is that any business that has been impacted by the COVID pandemic might be eligible for the ERC.

Succession Planning for Law Firms: CLE On Ethically Dealing with Death or Incapacity

This CLE program taught by Ritzel Starleigh Ngo will provide legal practitioners with a practical framework of an attorney’s ethical obligations to the law firm and clients in the case of the unforeseen. Using the ABA Model Rules as the foundation for the course, Ritzel speaker will discuss pertinent ethical topics when it comes to transferring ownership of your law firm due to death, disability, disappearance and disbarment.

New CLE – From COVID to Crypto: Protecting Assets in Uncertain Times

While you cannot “hide” assets or make them completely unreachable, Jacob Stein will show you how to make it more difficult and expensive for creditors to get to. Jacob will mainly discuss asset protection in our new age of global transparency, utilizing irrevocable trusts & LLCs and protecting specific assets like homes, apartment buildings, cash & crypto.

Attorney Credits: How to Do Online CLE

We provide pre-approved courses in 49 states, delivered on-demand at a great price. Our website is designed to make sure your CLE experience is as convenient, easy and stress free as possible. You can complete courses on desktops, laptops, iPhones & iPads, tablets, smartphones and get certificates instantly as soon as you complete our amazingly awesome CLE courses!

New CLE on Denial of Discharge & Bankruptcy Code Section 727a

The goal of bankruptcy is the discharge – when the debtor is released from personal liability for certain specified types of debts. Unfortunately, your client may commit certain actions that can prevent them from discharging their debt due to Bankruptcy Code Section 727(a).