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Editor: Gerry W. Beyer
Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Sunday, July 20, 2014

CLE on International Trust and Estate Planning

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The American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education (ALI CLE) is holding a CLE entitled, International Trust and Estate Planning, on October 20-21 in San Francisco, CA.  Here is why you should attend:

If you provide tax and trust advice to U.S. clients with international connections or to foreign clients with U.S. connections (or you don’t currently counsel such clients, but wish to start doing so), you must attend this program! 

Set in San Francisco, International Trust and Estate Planning comprises more than 13 hours of instruction, including two hours of ethics, and gives attendees the tools they need to not only stay competitive, but also to practically advise clients on rapidly-changing legislative, regulatory, and enforcement developments in this complex area. 

An all-star faculty – including a representative of the Internal Revenue Service who addresses current offshore compliance and enforcement initiatives – examines the practical application of the complex U.S. income, gift, and estate tax rules affecting noncitizens living or investing in the U.S., or U.S. clients with foreign property, foreign financial accounts, interests in foreign entities, or who are beneficiaries of foreign trusts or trust-like vehicles. The course also includes segments focusing on country-specific developments outside the U.S., and multi-national initiatives related to tax compliance, bank secrecy, and the prevention of money laundering.         

In addition to the critical substantive information presented through an engaging, interactive format, registrants have the unique opportunity to discuss their legal questions and network with faculty members and attendees from around the world.


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