New developments in cryptocurrency laws and other regulations could have major implications
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#CTCorporation–Busy professionals inside law firms and corporate legal departments may struggle to keep pace with the rapidly evolving trends that define today’s due diligence landscape. Fortunately, experts from Wolters Kluwer CT Corporation are poised to explore much of the new case law and unfolding statutes affecting due diligence in a CLE webinar – “The New Look of Due Diligence” – to be held on September 21 at 1 PM ET.
Daniel Lias and Beverly Odom, transactional business consultants with Wolters Kluwer CT Corporation, will discuss several recent developments in cryptocurrency laws that are impacting due diligence, as well as the increasing popularity of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) formed solely to raise capital via an initial public offering or engage in M&A activity with another business entity. Attendees can also expect to receive tips on developing a comprehensive due diligence strategy rooted in industry best practices.
Lias possesses years of experience working on entity management and Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) related matters. He provides CT Corporation clients with guidance on emerging trends involving due diligence, searches and filings.
Odom is a UCC and transactional subject matter expert serving CT Corporation clients in the southern and eastern regions of the U.S. She provides expert guidance on a range of topics that includes financial closings, M&A activity, real estate transactions and corporate formations and dissolutions.
For nearly 130 years, Wolters Kluwer CT Corporation has been the leading provider of registered agent services, incorporation services, and legal entity compliance. It is part of Wolters Kluwer’s Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) division and has a global reach into over 150 countries. More than 75 percent of Fortune 500 companies, 95 percent of AmLaw 100 law firms, and 350,000 small businesses trust CT Corporation to handle their compliance needs. The other legal services business of Wolters Kluwer GRC is Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions – a global provider of enterprise legal spend and matter management, contract lifecycle management and legal analytics solutions.
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