Appointing a registered agent when forming a new company with a Secretary of State, when filing with a regulatory authority or licensing division or when the governing law of the contracts for your transaction is in a state where the parties don’t have a presence, is a fairly easy process. There are nuances, however, that are worthy of consideration to ensure you avoid any issues that could result in your company being voided, delays in receipt and responding to Service of Process (SOP) or an unintended person receiving sensitive legal pleadings.
Join us on Wednesday, July 28th, for a review of the role of the registered agent in different types of representation, including what the agent must consider when receiving SOP and a review of both the Model Registered Agents Act and constitutional requirements for adequate SOP.
Wednesday, July 28th, 2021
1 – 2 PM ET (10 – 11 AM PT)
Hosted by Pia Angelikis and Colleen DeVries of COGENCY GLOBAL, this webinar will cover:
- The role of the registered agent and what must be considered when receiving SOP in each type of representation:
- Typical Registered Agent When Filing with a Secretary of State or Equivalent Office
- Special Agency
- Process Agent
- Professional Registered Agent vs. Self-Representation
- What Can Go Wrong? Review of Key Court Case Decisions and Tips for Avoiding Default Judgments and Other Issues
- Constitutional Requirements for Service of Process
- Electronic Service of Process, Including COVID-era Trends
There is no fee to attend. Advance registration is required.
CLE / MCLE INFORMATION:
This course is for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
- California: This course is pending approval by the California MCLE Board for 1 MCLE credit hour.
- 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 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 bar number for reporting purposes.)
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