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Valuation, Forensic, and
Litigation Support Group Dinners
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
Wine and Mingling: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Dinner and Program: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, September 21
Riverdale Diner, Shelton 8:00 a.m.
Thursday, October 20
New York Pickle Deli, Rocky Hill 8:00 a.m.
Thursday, November 17
Cristy's Luncheonette, Westbrook 8:00 a.m.
Get expert advice from members of the Technology Interest
Group in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. No registration necessary.
Members purchase their own breakfasts.
INTEREST
GROUP
Meetings
www.ctcpas.org/interestgroups
Technology Breakfast Roundtables
Locations rotate CPE credit not available.
Whether you're just looking to explore a new niche
or you're an expert in your field, CTCPA interest
groups are a fantastic way to expand your network,
get answers ... and have a little fun in the process.
Did you know?
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You can join most interest groups at any time.
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You can attend any open interest group meeting
to try it for yourself.
Financial Institutions
September 13 7:30 a.m.
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
Not-for-Profit Organizations
October 13 8:30 a.m.
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
January 24, 2017 8:30 a.m.
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
Financial Accounting Standards Board Update
for Not-for-Profits
Presented by: Jeffrey Mechanick, CPA
Assistant Director Nonpublic Entities,
Financial Accounting Standards Board
Federal Income Taxation
October 19 8:30 a.m.
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
The Connecticut Uniform LLC Act
Presented by:
Marcel J. Bernier, JD, LLM, Partner, Murtha Cullina;
David Levine, JD, Partner, Cohen & Wolf;
Mark Sklarz, JD, LLM, Counsel, Green & Sklarz; and
Matthew H. Gaul, JD, Partner, Carmody Torrance
Sandak & Hennessey
January 10, 2017 8:30 a.m.
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
Court-Ordered Corporate Dissolutions
and Receiverships: Legal Standards
and Practical Concerns
Tuesday, September 27
Presented by: David Shaiken, Esq. and Mark Shipman, Esq.,
Shipman, Shaiken & Schwefel
What are the legal requirements for a court to order dissolu-
tion of a corporation? What is the judicial dissolution process?
What valuation issues are presented by shareholder buyouts
during the dissolution process? Why and when do courts put
companies into receivership? What is the difference between
an operating and a liquidating receivership?
This program will answer these questions and discuss the prac-
tical aspects of court-ordered dissolution, shareholder buy-
outs during a dissolution case, and receiverships. Find out what
happens when courts intervene in your clients' corporate and
governance structure.
Reserve your place at
www.ctcpas.org/
membermeetings
Questions? Contact CPE
Programming & Conference
Coordinator Phyllis Roche at
phyllisr@ctcpas.org or
860-258-0216.
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