Business Law Training: Corporate Parent and Successor Liability - What Transactional Lawyers Should Know
Thursday, September 8, 2011
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This presentation will provide an overview of corporate successor liability issues which most often arise when a corporate entity has dissolved or become insolvent, or just because a ‘deeper pocket’ is needed to satisfy a liability claim. Given from the perspective of our litigators who have dealt with issues such as ‘piercing the corporate veil,’ ‘de facto merger’ and similar theories of successor liability, this presentation is what litigation lawyers wish every transactional lawyer knew when structuring deals to avoid future liability. A special focus will be made on environmental issues.
This seminar is designed for in-house counsel and other interested corporate executives; Quarles & Brady will apply for one hour of CLE credit. Clients attending will receive a CLE report at the end of the year for all earned credit.
Mark your calendars for the second Thursday of each month for our ongoing continuing legal education programs.
Registrations must be received by Friday, September 2, 2011.
Next month’s Business Law Training will take place on October 13, 2011.