Association of Corporate Counsel offers seminar on contemporary corporate legal concerns
For entrepreneurs considering business formation, it might be wise to brush up on corporation laws that could affect companies. The Association of Corporate Counsel in association with Georgetown University School of Law will host a two-day seminar March 11 and 12 on current legal concerns for the corporate community.Janet Napolitano, secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will serve as the keynote speaker. She will discuss corporations’ roles, responsibilities, and needs surrounding national security.
The seminar will also offer panel discussions led by Supreme Court Institute co-director Steven H. Goldblatt about Supreme Court decisions that will affect corporations in the coming months as well as new regulations on mergers and the leniency program.
Attendees might also benefit from tips from leading companies such as CBS, Proctor & Gamble, and AIG. Officials from these businesses will discuss lessons learned and preparing for the corporate future.
The seminar might give entrepreneurs insight on how different business entities should plan for potential corporate law and corporate tax changes, and this could help in decisions about which business types will be most profitable in the near future. To learn more about different entities and how to incorporate a business, entrepreneurs can seek the counsel of professionals at an incorporation service.