Webinar: Top Regulated States for Business License - What’s Driving Rising Enforcement

Webinar: Top Regulated States for Business License -What’s Driving Rising Enforcement
Thursday, June 25 - Thursday, June 25, 2020
Internet-based Webinar

1:00PM - 1:30PM Eastern Time


A new approach to managing license compliance is clearly needed. Governments are increasing enforcement of business license compliance and accelerating business license tax collections twice as fast as other types of mandated taxes and fees.

In this webinar, a CT’s business license compliance expert will help you understand why action is needed now, and key considerations for stepping up your business license compliance strategy. An effective first action is to prioritize compliance in the states known to have the strictest business license regulations.

You’ll also learn:

  • Three trends driving increased license enforcement that are here to stay
  • What makes license and permit compliance uniquely complex over other local compliance requirements
  • Which highly-regulated industries and new business verticals are often targeted for enforcement
  • Best practices for ongoing business license compliance and maintaining uninterrupted operations throughout the lifecycle of your businesses.

Join CT’s compliance experts to learn how you can reduce the rising risks of increased business license enforcement.

About the Speaker

Linda Hovanec, Associate Director, Product Management

Linda is a former paralegal who has worked in the business of law for over 25 years. As Associate Director of Product Management, Linda in responsible for delivering innovative solutions for CT’s Managed Services product line. Before joining CT, Linda was responsible for multiple products at Wolters Kluwer ELM Solutions, including the TyMetrix® 360° and Passport® matter management, eBilling and LegalVIEW analytics products. This extensive background gives her an unparalleled understanding of the realities and challenges of corporate law departments, claims organizations and law firms.