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Foreign vs. Domestic Asset Protection Trusts
This seminar presents an overview of asset protection trusts, including their protective characteristics and taxation under U.S. law. Attendees will learn the pros and cons of domestic vs. offshore trust planning, the original form of asset protection. Discussions include how to effectively plan using both foreign and domestic trusts for different protective and tax strategies.

Thursday, July 16th @ 12 Noon ET
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The U.S. Estate and Gift Tax and the Non-Citizen
Gary explains how both resident and non-resident foreign nationals are impacted by the U.S. Estate and Gift Tax. The book expands on the tax traps and complexities exposing non-citizens and highlights a myriad of tax saving strategies. Foreign professionals, investors and entrepreneurs (and their financial and legal advisors) will gain insight into such topics as the implications of foreign investment and immigration to the U.S.
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Expatriation and the Permanent Estate Tax Taint of Section 2801
In this seminar, we present an overview of expatriation by U.S. citizens and U.S. residents under section 877A of the Internal Revenue Code.  We also examine the potentially permanent estate and gift tax taint of expatriation under section 2801.

Thursday, June 25th @ 12 Noon ET
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The Legal and Financial Impact of COVID-19; Recovery Strategies and Credit Facility Workouts for Healthcare Practitioners
Financial recovery will require careful planning and strategy for medical practice owners and healthcare providers.  Health practitioners are in a unique situation where the value of their business is tied closely to personal services and bankruptcy options are unpalatable due to potential license and credential concerns.

Wednesday, June 17th @ 10 AM ET
Get more info about this LIVE audio webcast (CLE 3983) from The Florida Bar Health Law Section.
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COVID-19’s Impact on Contractual Obligations with Practical Pointers for Businesses
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause havoc, including impacting the inability of parties to perform contractual obligations.  In this seminar, we explore some of the legal defenses and practical considerations for parties seeking to enforce, or defend against enforcement of contractual obligations during a pandemic.  The discussion includes the legal defenses of force majeure clauses, the doctrine of impossibility of performance, and the doctrine of frustration of purpose.

Friday, June 12th @ 2:30 PM ET
Get more info about the 2020 Mega Conference.  Virtual & Interactive with Live Q&A.
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U.S. Taxation of Trusts - Domestic and International
In this seminar, we explain the U.S. tax impact of creating, funding and operating both U.S. and foreign trusts. Issues addressed are relevant to citizens, resident non-citizens and non-resident aliens. Topics discussed include the tax impact of a change in status of the grantor, trustee and beneficiaries. Planning strategies presented include gift and estate tax avoidance, pre-immigration and pre-expatriation planning, as well as avoidance of the deemed sale of trust assets.

Tuesday, June 9th @ 12 Noon ET
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COVID-19’s Impact on Contractual Obligations with Practical Pointers for Businesses
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause havoc, including impacting the inability of parties to perform contractual obligations. In this seminar, we explore some of the legal defenses and practical considerations for parties seeking to enforce, or defend against enforcement of contractual obligations during a pandemic. The discussion includes the legal defenses of force majeure clauses, the doctrine of impossibility of performance, and the doctrine of frustration of purpose.

Thursday, May 21st @ 12 Noon ET
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Expatriation Planning for U.S. Citizens and Residents
This seminar presents an overview of the U.S. tax impact of expatriation. Discussions include the “exit tax” triggering the deemed sale of assets world-wide, as well as, the emigrant’s estate and gift tax obligations.  Participants will learn how both U.S. citizens and non-citizen residents may avoid triggering the expatriation tax.

Tuesday, May 19th @ 12 Noon ET
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The First 30 Minutes:  Addressing Financial Obligations with Debt and Credit Facility Workout Strategies
While many in the medical community have been working tirelessly dealing with the coronavirus, many others have seen their practices reduced substantially.  Extreme debt and credit issues, likely unforeseen just a few months ago, may be threatening the future viability of the practice.  In this seminar, we discuss strategies for negotiating financial obligations with a focus on the unique circumstances of licensed healthcare professionals and medical practice owners.

Wednesday, May 13th @ 12 Noon ET
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The First 30 Minutes:  COVID-19 Legal Update for the Medical Community and Those Who Advise Them
In this seminar, we continue to our efforts to keep you advised of the latest developments in medical and health law, particularly as effected by our national emergency. The coronavirus is impacting all areas of the healthcare industry, including licensing, reciprocity, payment, technology (including AI and telehealth developments). In this First 30 Minutes session, we bring you the latest legal updates.

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