Estate Planning for the Practicing Accountant Webinar

Estate Planning for the Practicing Accountant Webinar – September 12

Estate Planning for the Practicing Accountant Webinar – September 12 Attorney and LLM (Tax) Edward Perkins presents “Estate Planning for the Practicing Accountant,” a live Webinar – on Thursday September 12, 2019. An online Webinar for 1 hour of CLE and CPE credit; this program is available for credit in various states, including Pennsylvania, Delaware,…

Selling Your Small Business

Selling Your Small Business – Maximizing Value and Efficiency Webinar – September 26

Selling Your Small Business – Maximizing Value and Efficiency Webinar – September 26 Join special guest Joseph C. Finnerty, alongside Edward L. Perkins and Martin Pezzner, as the present “Selling Your Small Business – Maximizing Value and Efficiency,” a live Webinar – on Thursday September 26, 2019. An online Webinar for 1 hour of CLE…

Understanding Section 199A Self Study CPE Course

Understanding Section 199A Self Study CPE Course

Understanding Section 199A Self Study CPE Course Gibson&Perkins, PC attorney Edward L. Perkins is glad to announce the publication of his new online self-study CPE program for accountants:  Understanding Section 199A. This half-hour program examines Section 199A in detail – and covers topics such as: How to Calculate the Sec. 199A Deduction Applicable Limitations Which…

Legal Malpractice Tip Liability Coverage - Prior Knowledge Provision

Legal Malpractice Tip: Liability Coverage – Prior Knowledge Provision

Legal Malpractice Tip: Liability Coverage – Prior Knowledge Provision by Paul Fellman, Esq. – (610) 565-1708 x106 – pfellman@gibperk.com It’s a fact that mistakes happen and, even when they don’t, an unhappy client may try to sue you. That’s why this month’s tip deals with protecting yourself after the fact rather than avoiding the claim…

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues The Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure permit litigants to appeal certain orders even though the order has not disposed of all claims and of all parties. In other words, under certain circumstances you can take an appeal from a non-final order. Orders falling under this exception…