On Demand Webinar

Business Law Basics For The Accountant

Webinar Details $219

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  • Webinar Length: 100 Minutes
  • Guest Speaker:   David Osburn
  • Topic:   Taxation and Accounting
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This webinar will provide the accountant with a basic framework of Business Law including the judicial process. Emphasis will be placed on how the legal system can help/harm the accountant’s client including how to avoid a lawsuit through maintaining both “ethical” behavior and effective “negotiations.”  

A review of the “judicial process,” alternatives to litigation including “arbitration” and “mediation,” and the client’s business structure (from a legal perspective), will be displayed.

The webinar will also cover the nature and characteristics of “contracts” (promissory note/ lease), “problem loan” situations, “collection” efforts, judgments, repossession, foreclosure, short-sale, and deed in lieu of foreclosure. Additionally, “bankruptcy” and “banking regulations” will be discussed.

This webinar is a must for all accountants who want to better understand business law basics and help their clients avoid expensive, unwanted litigation!

Topics Covered:

•    The Difference between Law and Ethics and Why It Matters
•    Negotiations and the Law
•    The Judicial Process including the Stages of Litigation
•    Alternatives to Litigation including Arbitration and Mediation
•    The Client’s Business Structure and the Law
•    The Nature and Characteristics of Contracts (Promissory Note/ Lease)
•    Problem Loan Situations (What Happens when a “Good” Loan Turns “Bad”)
•    Collections (How Hard Can a Creditor Push?)
•    Judgments, Repossession, Foreclosure, Short-Sale, and Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
•    Bankruptcy Chapters (7, 9, 11, 12, and 13)
•    Overview of Banking Regulations and their application to the Client

Designed For:
CPAs, CFO/controllers, staff accountants, financial managers, auditors, financial analysts and practitioners who provide accounting, tax or consulting services to businesses

Guest Speaker

  • David L. Osburn, MBA