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David Solomon to Participate in Cross-Training for Business Lawyers Financial Poise Webinar

Event Date

April 10, 2018

Event Time

1:00 PM CST

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1 minute

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Looking to strengthen and condition your cross-disciplinary skills? Develop your flexibility by increasingly your familiarity with issues affecting a vast array of businesses? This Cross-Training for Business Lawyers Financial Poise webinar series delves into cutting edge issues in dynamic fields to help the audience understand (i) the role of local land-use and zoning laws in property use and development; (ii) the reliance on credit insurance by businesses to protect against non-payment of commercial debt, (iii) the use, types and perceived benefits of employee stock ownership plans, and (iv) the complex maze employers and employees must navigate in the quest for immigrant or non-immigrant visa status for workers. These issues may present themselves in any number of contexts, regardless of how you spend most of your working hours.

The third episode of the series, ESOPs 101-2018, airs on April 10th at 1:00 PM CST (Register Here) and features Moderator Cristina Nolan of Financial Poise. She is joined by Alan Kandel of Husch Blackwell, David Solomon of Levenfeld Pearlstein LLC, and Jeff Buettner of Butcher Joseph & Co. to discuss these unique stock ownership plans.

This webinar discusses the potential strategies involving, and benefits and consequences to, the sponsoring corporation and employees in implementation and use of an ESOP, and highlight these aspects of tax-qualified ESOPs used in the United States by comparisons to other form of employee ownership in the U.S. and abroad

For more information and registration, please click here.


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