Doing business internationally certainly doesn’t come without challenges, and perhaps some of the most common are related to due diligence, structure and immigration policy. In light of a new administration in the U.S., already complex legal issues can become compounded. Armstrong Teasdale Partners in the U.S. and U.K., including Yvonne Costello, Stephen Hall, Martha Hereford and Jennifer Schwesig will explore the key elements of cross-border transactions, current challenges and further changes to international and immigration law anticipated under President Biden.
This program has been accredited for 1.0 Delaware, 1.0 Kansas, 1.2 Missouri, 1.0 Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Credits. Colorado, Illinois, Nevada and Utah Continuing Legal Education Credits are pending.
New York CLE – Under New York’s Approved Jurisdiction policy, so long as certain requirements are satisfied, New York attorneys may count towards their New York CLE requirement credit earned through participation in out-of-state courses accredited by a New York Approved Jurisdiction.
Massachusetts CLE – While not mandatory, CLE is an important part of practicing law in Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct (Rule 1.1) encourage attorneys to complete continuing education on a regular basis.