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Join us for a CPE Lunch & Learn hosted by Law 4 Small Business (L4SB) 
Free to Members
Non-Members $25

Beginning January 1, 2024 a new law requires many companies in the US to report information to the US Government about who ultimately owns and controls the company.  Larry Donahue, Partner at Law 4 Small Business explains the law and the complete process for reporting. 

 In this course you will learn.

  • What is the history and reason for the new law?
  • What are the deadlines associated with the new law?
  • Which New Mexico Businesses are required to report?
  • What is Beneficial Ownership Information?
  • What systems do New Mexico Businesses use to create and submit the report?
  • What are the penalties and jail time for businesses who fail to report?
  •  How often dos BOI need to be updated?

Also discussed in the course guidelines for professionals (such as CPA's) to follow when assisting clients with BOI Reporting so they do not run the risk of "Practicing Law" when advising clients.  Free tools to help businesses determine who need to provide a business'' BOI are shared.


Thursday, April 25, 2024
12:00pm - 1:00pm 
NMSCPA Classroom
3400 Menaul Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107


 

Credits

Category Amount
Business Law 1.00

Leaders

  • Larry Donahue

    Mr. Donahue is a seasoned high-tech business executive and 27-year attorney, with a focus in contracts, negotiations, business transactions, intellectual property and Internet law. He has over 40 years in IT, develops some of the firm's most sophisticated expert systems and works heavily with AI. His former clients (as a consultant) ranged from small startups to the Fortune 50, including GE Capital, Bank One, IBM and Amadeus, and as an attorney, includes thousands of small business across the United States.

    EDUCATION Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering, Minor in Economics, New Mexico State University, 1991

    Juris Doctor of Law, Concentration in Intellectual Property, Chicago-Kent College of Law, 1995

    BAR ADMISSIONS • US Patent & Trademark Office, 1994 • Illinois, 1996 • New Mexico, 2005

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