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January Webinar: Life of a Company Part Two

By: COGENCY GLOBAL on Jan 4, 2023 1:10:10 PM

During the life of a company, there are many potential changes the company’s owners/principals may wish to make: they may find the name they formed under is no longer one they wish to use, or their originally chosen entity type no longer suits the purpose and structure of their business. They may decide to acquire or consolidate with another company.

In Life of a Company: Part One, we looked at the decisions and public record requirements when forming an entity and engaging in business in states other than its domestic jurisdiction.  This webinar will continue the journey started in part one. 

However, an attendee who missed part one will have no difficulty understanding the topics covered in this session. We will focus on key decisions and public record requirements when a company undergoes various changes, covering amendments, conversions, mergers and LLC divisions. 

We will examine how these changes are made in the domestic state and how to ensure they are reflected on the public record in the states where the entity is doing business. Finally, we will look at the process of winding down a company, including dissolving or cancelling in the domestic state, and withdrawing from any state where the company is qualified as a foreign entity.

Join us on Tuesday, January 24th for a live webinar that looks at what is needed to ensure the changes a company can undergo throughout its life are properly registered with the appropriate filing offices.

Life of a Company Part Two:
Potential Changes During the Lifespan of a Company  
and the Corresponding Public Record Filing Requirements

Tuesday, Jan 24th, 2023
1:00 – 2:10 p.m. ET (10:00 – 11:10 a.m. PT)

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This webinar, hosted by Pia Angelikis, Colleen De Vries, and Teri Mayor, will cover:

  • Amendments to formation documents and other changes
  • Conversions, Re-domestications, Divisions, Mergers and Acquisitions
  • How to reflect changes in the states where the entity is authorized to do business
  • Dissolutions, Withdrawals and Winding Down

 

Register Now

There is no fee to attend this webinar, however, 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 must provide Bar number during registration.)

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 1 credit hour, all of which can be applied toward the Professional Practice requirement.

Texas: This course has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 1 credit hours, of which 0 credit hours will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility credit. (TX attorneys must provide their bar number for provider reporting purposes).

Please note:

  • Credit for repeat attendance is not granted.
  • This course is suitable for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
  • To receive full credit attorneys must be present the entire presentation and answer all poll questions throughout the webinar.
  • Official NY State CLE certificates will be emailed after the event.
  • For any states not listed as approved or pending we strongly encourage attendees to self-apply/self-report to their respective states.

Please feel free to share with your colleagues or any other legal and financial professionals who may benefit from this information. If you have any additional questions, contact us by sending email to webinars@cogencyglobal.com.

 

 

Topics: Company Formation and Filing Considerations