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Upcoming CLE on detecting money laundering
Posted in Estate Planning

I will be presenting at an upcoming CLE, “Money Laundering: Good practice guidance for lawyers to detect and combat money laundering,” on Nov. 30, 2011. This CLE will look at the ways that money laundering can impact your practice. Any lawyer who handles transactional practice matters, client money through a firm trust account or who creates business entities or trusts could potentially be deemed to be unwittingly facilitating money laundering or terrorist financing under the Financial Action Task Force’s standards. This program provides practical guidance as to detection and what action to take when a client money laundering situation is suspected. We will also examine the attorney’s ethical obligations in these situations. My presentation will focus on the family law impact of money laundering.

For more information or to register, download this brochure from ICLEF.

To learn more about Jim Reed and his practice, visit his profile.

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    Jim Reed has concentrated his practice in the legal aspect of relationship transitions of all types since graduating from law school. He has been involved in divorce cases with some of the largest marital estates in Indiana. He ...



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