This three-hour seminar co-sponsored by CMLAA and Cleveland Clinic Allied Partners in Philanthropy aims to help attendees understand the changes in federal tax law as a result of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA). The CMLAA understands that many attorneys, particularly those who practice in the areas of taxation, estate planning, commercial law, and charitable giving, are anxiously seeking resources to educate themselves about the new law as soon as possible in order to confidently advise their individual and business clients. Although the session is designed primarily for attorneys, the CMLAA is inviting other professionals to attend and offers continuing legal education credit to attorneys, and continuing education to accountants and certified financial planners.
WHAT: Three (3.0) CLE credit hours – credit approved
This course also yields 3.0 CE Credits for CPAs and CFPs! (CFP credit approved)
WHERE: Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Moot Courtroom
WHEN: Saturday, March 10, 2018
Registration begins at 8:30 am
CLE begins promptly at 9:00 am and will conclude at 12:15 pm
HOW: Register online today! Online pre-registration rates:
$75 General Admission | $65 CMLaw Alumni Members | $35 CSU Students | $10 SPI Tenants
Rates valid for online pre-registration only.
Co-Sponsored by Cleveland Clinic Allied Partners in Philantropy
Organizers: Charles Adler, Schnieder Smeltz Spieth Bell; Kevin Butler, Law Director of the Cities of Brooklyn and Lakewood
- Deborah A. Geier | Professor, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
- Jeffrey D. Neuman, CPA, JD | President, Barnes Wendling CPAs
- John T. Plecnik | Professor, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
- Milena Sterio | Associate Dean for Academic Enrichment, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
- Scott Swartz, J.D., LL.M., AEP | Attorney at Law, Wellspring Advisors
- Maryann Thomas | Associate, Schneider Smeltz Spieth Bell
If you find you can no longer attend a program, please contact the alumni office at email@example.com. We would be happy to assist you by transferring your registration to a colleague or setting up a credit for a different CMLAA CLE event.
If you prefer, you may receive a full refund, less a $10 processing fee. Any cancellations received within 3 business days of the seminar will not be eligible for a cash refund, but may still take advantage of one of the alternate options listed above. Special full-day CLEs may have increased processing fees.
In the event that an event is cancelled a full refund will be issued.
Parking is not included in the cost of CLEs. The West Garage at Cleveland State University is located one block from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, on E. 17th between Euclid and Chester Avenues. For additional information regarding parking at Cleveland State University, please visit: http://www.csuohio.edu/parking/.
Supreme Court Credit
All CLE courses are pending approval for Ohio CLE general credit, unless otherwise stated. If the course has been approved for Attorney Conduct or New Lawyer Training Credit that will be indicated.
CMLAA has 30 days to close a course and report the attendee’s hours to the Ohio Supreme Court. The Court has 30 days to report the hours to your transcript.
If you would like to submit your hours for credit in another state we will provide a certificate of attendance. Credit is subject to approval by the applicable state bar and attendee is responsible for credit submission. We cannot guarantee CLE approval for any state other than Ohio.
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