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April Webinar: CTA Part 6, a 4-Month Check-in

By: COGENCY GLOBAL on Apr 2, 2024 9:30:00 AM

The groundbreaking Corporate Transparency Act, a federal law enacted to combat illegal money-laundering activity, took effect on January 1, 2024. In our new CLE webinar, CTA Part 6: Navigating the New Norm, a 4-Month Check-in on the Corporate Transparency Act, we will continue to discuss issues and concerns that have arisen since the law's enactment. 

Our presenter, Pia Angelikis, Esq., VP of Government Relations and Legal Research, has been at the forefront of this law. She continues her series of webinars to discuss the many unanswered questions about the Corporate Transparency Act and to help others understand its many reporting rules and regulations.

CTA Part 6: Navigating the New Norm
A 4-Month Check-in on the Corporate Transparency Act

Tuesday, April 30, 2024
1:00 - 2:15 p.m. ET (10:00 - 11:15 a.m. PT)

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In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • The United States District Court case declaring the CTA unconstitutional 
  • The reporting rules and regulations and how to navigate the BOI Report 
  • Penalties for non-compliance 
  • Exemptions with a deep dive into 3 of the 23 
  • FinCEN’s additional FAQs, with a focus on what’s new since we presented Part 5 of the series  
  • Details of FinCEN’s Access Rule 
  • A deeper look into subsidiary and other exemptions
  • Further discussion of “company applicants” and other parts of the CTA that continue to cause confusion and concern   

Register Now

There is no fee to attend the webinar, but advance registration is required.

CLE and MCLE Information:  

California: This course has been approved by the California MCLE Board for 1 MCLE credit hour. (CA attorneys, please provide Bar number during registration.) Provider #10934

Florida: This course has been approved by the Florida Bar for 1 CLE credit hour.

Illinois: This course has been approved by the Illinois MCLE Board for 1 MCLE credit hour. (IL attorneys must provide their ARDC number for provider reporting purposes.)   

New York: Cogency Global has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education. This course has been approved in accordance with the Board for a maximum of 1 credit hour, all of which can be applied toward the Professional Practice requirement. 

Texas: An application for accreditation of this activity has been submitted to the MCLE Committee of the State Bar of Texas and is pending. (TX attorneys must provide their Bar number for provider reporting purposes.)

National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA): This course is pending approval by the NFPA for 1 CLE credit hour. 
National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA): This course has been approved by NALA for 1 CLE credit hour.  

Note: To receive full credit, you must be present for the entire presentation and answer all poll questions throughout the webinar. 

Please note:  

  • This program is suitable for newly admitted and experienced attorneys.   
  • M/CLE is general credit and does not include any of the following: Legal ethics, recognition and elimination of bias, competence, mental health/substance abuse, diversity/inclusion, civility and professionalism. Official NY State CLE certificates will be emailed after the event.   
  • Cogency Global does not pursue CLE credit for paralegals (unless noted above), CPAs or CPEs. We encourage you to submit this certificate of attendance to your professional organization to obtain credit.  
  • For any states not listed as approved or pending, we strongly encourage attendees to self-apply/self-report to the respective states.   

You’re welcome to share this invitation with your colleagues and any other legal and financial professionals who may benefit from attending this webinar. If you have any questions, please email webinars@cogencyglobal.com. We look forward to hearing from you.  

Topics: Corporate Transparency, U.S. Corporate Services, Corporate Transparency Act