Event Time and Date: State Qualifications
May 22, 2018
2 PM (ET)

Presented by:
LexisNexis®, CSC®, and Dykema Gossett

What does it mean to qualify to do business in a foreign state, and is it something your company needs to do? What happens if you don’t qualify? What are the legal ramifications? If you are a corporate attorney, are you prepared to advise clients on the matter?

Not all business activities require you to qualify, but failure to do so can leave your company facing negative consequences.

Join CSC for a complimentary webinar by Darrell Pierce and Darnell Clayborn of Dykema Gossett, on state foreign qualifications, recent case law, and critical principles of conducting business outside your state.

The webinar will bring Qualifying to Do Business in Another State: The CSC® 50-State Guide to Qualification to life. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask our presenters about formations and qualification guidelines as they review qualification guidelines in general, their impact on your business, and what you can do to protect yourself. We’ll also touch on some common CSC customer qualification questions.

Learning Objectives:
Attendees will leave the program with a better understanding of corporate activities that generally do not require qualification and corporate activities that do require qualification. We will review the process of evaluating if a business is impacted and needs to qualify in another state or if it meets a general exception. Attendees can expect a review of internet and e-commerce activities that do or do not generally require qualification. Attendees will also leave with a better understanding of how corporations can cure failures or terminate qualification if necessary.

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*CLE is approved or in the process of approval for 60 minutes of CLE credit. The type of credit allowed will be determined by the state governing MCLE Board. To verify the approval status of a jurisdiction, email cle@lexisnexis.com  

LIVE WEBINAR – Doing Business Outside Your State: Critical Principles of Foreign Qualification