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LegalMarch 30, 2022

Wolters Kluwer CT Corporation webinar to explore increasingly complex business license requirements

The webinar will review the licensing compliance lifecycle and which entities are subject to those obligations

Businesses operating in the U.S. have likely noticed that licensing requirements at the local, state and federal level continue to expand in both number and scale – even if the answers to how or when those obligations apply can be harder to discern. To help in-house and law firm attorneys fortify their clients’ business licensing processes, Wolters Kluwer CT Corporation will host a CLE webinar – “Managing Business Licensing Compliance” – on April 20 at 1 PM ET.

A panel of CT Corporation experts that includes Lydia Duynstee, Esq., Transactional Business Consultant; John Randazzo, Business Consultant; and Hans Howk, Manager, Content Management, will review specific fact-sets where business license non-compliance has resulted in legal action. The webinar will also examine the impact of increased business license enforcement in addition to exploring the link between business events and business license requirements.

“Today’s businesses are navigating an increasingly complex regulatory environment,” said John Weber, President and CEO, CT Corporation. “Our recent acquisition of LicenseLogix has greatly enhanced CT Corporation’s business license offerings with the industry expertise and coverage needed to help our clients better understand their obligations and ensure accurate timely compliance with those obligations.”

Duynstee consults with CT Corporation’s West Coast multi-national law firm and corporate clients, helping them to develop strategies and solutions for corporate compliance issues. A subject matter expert on the Uniform Commercial Code – a robust set of laws that govern all commercial transactions in the U.S. -  she also provides continuing legal education training to corporations and law firms.

Randazzo has been consulting with corporations and law firms on corporate legal transactions and business entity compliance since joining CT Corporation in 1994. Possessing nearly 25 years of corporate legal experience, he regularly guides companies through the process of improving and streamlining their business compliance programs.

Howk joined CT Corporation following the company’s acquisition of business license services provider LicenseLogix in October 2021. He consults with members of the Business Licensing Team on issues such as legal industry nuances, regulations pertaining to business law, and searching and synthesizing statutes.

Governance, Risk & Compliance is a division of Wolters Kluwer, which provides legal and banking professionals with solutions to help ensure compliance with ever-changing regulatory and legal obligations, manage risk, increase efficiency, and produce better business outcomes.

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