On-demand Webinar: Business Compliance Basics

What do most federal and state business laws have in common? Mandatory filing requirements with serious consequences for non-compliance. If you’re not on top of these ongoing compliance actions, you’re putting your company or clients at risk. Your business may face fines, administrative dissolution, even loss of access to courts. In some circumstances, certain individuals can face criminal penalties.

The webinar video will arm you with the information needed to stay ahead of these requirements for optimal legal health. CT’s expert staff attorneys will walk you through the essentials of business compliance so that you have a solid strategy to reduce or eliminate any risks.

You’ll learn how to successfully manage state and federal law, and internal governance rules – the three main sources of compliance requirements. You’ll have a solid grasp of record-keeping and reporting for corporations and LLCs, along with basic strategies to remain compliant and ensure successful filings. Further, our experts will delve into non-compliance lessons from case law, important new developments in Delaware law, and discuss the intersection of federal and state securities laws and their reporting requirements.

To learn more about business compliance basics, download CT’s seminar reference book, Business Compliance & Governance, for answers to your pressing questions.


  • Attorneys and paralegals in law firms who handle corporate business compliance, entity formation and mergers and acquisitions
  • In-house counsel and paralegals responsible for corporate compliance

Meet our expert:

Tamara Kling, Esq. — Government Relations and Regional Attorney
Tamara Kling has been a Government Relations and Regional Attorney with CT for over ten years. She works with state bar associations and government offices to implement changes in business entity laws. She lectures on topics related to business entity operations and filings. She has lectured on such topics as Merger Filings, Business Entity Formation, Maintenance and Termination and the Limited Liability Company. Along with other CT attorneys, Ms. Kling is responsible for maintaining a national database of business entity filing requirements.

Ms. Kling is licensed to practice law in Illinois. She received her B.A. in Political Science from Loyola University of Chicago, and her J.D. from Chicago Kent College of Law. Prior to joining CT, she practiced trade association and corporate law with a law firm in Chicago.

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