Kilpatrick Townsend hosted a one-hour webinar during which Partner David Posner covered topics including unclaimed property concepts and state requirements; common types of unclaimed property; how to minimize the existence of unclaimed property; state voluntary disclosure programs, including unclaimed property audit triggers; and other recent developments on the law of unclaimed property.
What to Expect: Want a quick snapshot of what you might learn? View the Top Takeaways of the Day.
Questions? Please contact David Posner or your Kilpatrick Townsend attorney.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
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