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Seminar: The Changing Economy and Impending Legal Implications for Accountants

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In the economic downturn, accounting professionals need to be proactive in reviewing their policies and procedures to better protect themselves from potential liability. When finances are tight, “following the money” will and should keep everyone on their toes. Join LeClairRyan for this event that will focus on legal developments, professional liability policies, government inquiries, employment concerns, and insolvency and risk management strategies.


Cutting-Edge Issues in Employment Law: What You and Your Clients Need to Know
Daniel J. Blake, LeClairRyan

What To Do When Government Officials Come Knocking at Your Door
Christopher J. Supple, LeClairRyan

Deepening Insolvency: How Accountants Can Protect Themselves (2 Parts)
A. Neil Hartzell and James L. Messenger, LeClairRyan

Third-Party Liability: Survey of the Law
Warren D. Hutchison, LeClairRyan

Developments in Professional Liability Policies: What CPAs Need to Know About Their Policies
Betsy A. Magnuson, President – Herbert H. Landy Insurance Agency, Inc.

Risk Management Strategies to Protect Your Practice
Allan H. Cohen, Director of Risk Management – Caturano and Company, and Nancy M. Reimer, LeClairRyan

There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited – so please register early.  

Registration Deadline is Monday, June 15, 2009

To register, contact Janice Rainey at or via phone at 617.502.8223

CPAs wishing to earn continuing education learning units (LUs) for your attendance at this seminar, please provide your CPA membership number when registering.