Nevada CLE - Corporate Law Courses

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  • Basic Business Lawyering For Small Company Clients

    Small companies have specific legal concerns, and they are not always the same as those that apply to medium or large companies. Their legal needs may differ as well. This informative introductory CLE course will help new attorneys planning to practice business law as well as seasoned attorneys looking to pivot to the area and represent smaller companies, typically described as those with less than $100M annual revenue and fewer than 500 employees, with the skills to navigate these are... More Info

    3.5General Credits
  • International Intellectual Property Transactions in Many Countries

    Beginning with a brief review of the fundamentals of intellectual property categories recognized under US law, as well as those of many other countries, and the methods for internationally registering associated intellectual property, this CLE course will then delve deeper into a discussion of issues relating to why protection under these categories is insufficient. The course will address developing business activities that are difficult condense into the traditional IP categories, an... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Unusually Important Federal Tax Cases: What Attorneys Need to Know

    This CLE program delves into six recent federal taxation cases that hold significant importance for tax attorneys. It offers valuable insights for business law attorneys navigating the complexities of federal taxation. By examining court opinions, participants will gain an understanding of how federal tax law evolves in contrast to legislative and regulatory processes. The cases discussed in this program encompass various taxation topics including: Valuation of family-held S corporat... More Info

    2General Credits
  • Corporate Transparency Act: Lessons from Round One of Implementation

    Pursuant to the Corporate Transparency Act ("CTA"), many legal entities, both foreign and domestic, operating in the United States, have contemplated whether to file beneficial ownership information ("BOI") reports with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ("FinCEN"). This CLE course, presented by an interdisciplinary panel of specialists, will address the commercial practicalities of compliance with the CTA as well as the complexities. While the reporting requirements will only in... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Corporate Transparency Act: Critical Terms and Concepts

    The Corporate Transparency Act, which requires beneficial owners of nearly every entity to report to FinCEN unless a specific statutory exception applies, went into effect January 1, 2024. According to this act, newly formed entities will have only 90 days to register, while existing entities will have one year to comply. This CLE course will offer an introduction to the CTA, and its impact on the practice of attorneys who form, transfer, operate, or otherwise works with legal entities... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Franchise Law: From Contract Negotiation to Litigation

    Franchise agreements are a complicated process. This CLE course will review all the steps involved from term negotiation to signature. The course will also address litigation and/or termination and how to negotiate specific provisions that impact a client’s rights. The terms that are customarily litigated and how to demand and successfully receive the information necessary to effectively represent your client in court will be presented. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Antitrust Primer in The Age of The Internet/Information

    What factors are behind the increased emphasis on enforcing competition laws by entities such as the FTC, the DOJ Antitrust Division, the States, and through private litigation? This CLE course explores the dynamics through an antitrust primer, delving into pivotal cases that address both individual company practices and collaborative behaviors that contravene antitrust laws. The curriculum subsequently hones in on significant recent antitrust cases initiated by the government, specifi... More Info

    3General Credits
  • Intellectual Warfare: An In-House Counsel's Guide to Bringing and Defending Against Intellectual Property Lawsuits

    Intellectual Property (IP) is a valuable asset for an organization. This informative CLE course will explain how to identify and utilize an IP to further business goals. The course will explain the types of IP’s that exist, the associated costs with obtaining and maintaining the various types of IP's, costs of IP acquisition, negotiation strategies, licensing, enforcement issues and defensive actions when faced with another’s IP. The course aims to impart wisdom in the IP space as well... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Commercial Pace, The New Kid On The Block: The Legal Framework For A New Form Of Commercial Real Estate Financing

    The Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Financing (C-PACE) is a new tool for property owners and developers which offers low interest and longer terms with a super-priority lien. It functions like a muni bond but can still be placed in a capital stack. This CLE course will explain the basics of the C-PACE is enabled and describe its legal structure, status and how it can be put to work for your clients from developers, banks, local governments or private owners. More Info

    1General Credit
  • What Attorneys Need to Know About Reading and Understanding Financial Statements

    Like any field, businesspeople have a lingo all their own. Phrases such as NOPAT, Operating Profit, Net Income, EBITDA, retained earnings, current vs. long-term assets and liabilities, Free Cash Flow are all used regularly in the business world, but are practically a foreign language to attorneys. This CLE course will review basic financial statements, such as income statements, balance sheets and cash flow statements to help you understand the language of business so you can better re... More Info

    1.5General Credits
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