Lugenbuhl Attorneys Serve as Featured Speakers During National Business Institute Seminar Series



                                            Stewart Peck                        Benjamin Kadden                      Ashley Belleau

Lugenbuhl shareholders Stewart Peck, Benjamin Kadden and Ashley Belleau were invited to speak during a series of seminars in New Orleans hosted by the National Business Institute.

Peck and Kadden presented at NBI’s “Buying and Selling a Business: Start-to-Finish” seminar on December 9. The attorneys co-presented two lectures, “Financing Debt and Equity: Overcoming Obstacles” and “Top Mistakes Made During an Acquisition and How to Avoid Them,” covering topics related to financing, tax-saving strategies, purchase/sale agreements and closing. The two-day program was designed for business attorneys and developers who handle the sale of small to medium-sized businesses, as well as accountants, bankers, loan officers, business valuation appraisers and tax professionals.

Belleau will speak during NBI’s “LLCs From Start to Finish” seminar on December 20. She will present two lectures, “Using LLCs to Purchase Real Estate” and “Using LLCs in Asset Protection and Estate Planning,” covering topics related to knowing the do’s, don’ts, pitfalls and practical tips for using LLCs to purchase real estate and to protect assets as part of estate planning.  The two-day program is designed for attorneys, accountants, enrolled agents, tax preparers and banking professionals.

Visit the NBI website for more information about the organization’s programming. More information about Lugenbuhl’s attorneys is available here.

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