Note: CABB 101-Introduction to California Business Brokerage is recommended for CABB 250 but is not required. This course is available for members and non-members.
CABB is dedicated to providing the best education for business brokers and intermediaries and has developed a wide range of courses on various topics that will help you provide value to your clients and manage your practice. Our educational courses are developed and taught by subject matter experts who are also practitioners.
Virtual CABB 250 (2-day course) - Legal Aspects of Business Sales in California
This 2-day, 7-hour course is designed for California business brokers at all experience levels. The purpose of this course is to examine a variety of aspects of small business transactions from a legal perspective and gain a better understanding of the way attorneys view transactions. By having a better understanding of the legal aspects and attorney viewpoints, brokers will be in a position to (a) foresee potential issues before they arise, (b) have more informed conversations with attorneys which may help them save transactions from "death by lawyer", (c) be able to better represent their clients by identifying and addressing issues that may create unwanted legal liability, (d) preserve and protect their broker fees, and (e) avoid litigation and stay out of court.
Through the course's key learning objectives, attendees will:
- learn to identify legal issues that arise when brokering business transactions;
- better understand legal compliance issues;
- improve their ability to communicate and work effectively with buyers' and sellers' attorneys;
- learn how to preserve and protect their fees; and
- learn how to avoid litigation.
In order to participate in the virtual education course, all participants are required to:
- Use a laptop with an embedded camera or a desktop computer with an attached webcam/speaker.
- Attend and remain engaged throughout the entire duration (100%) of the 7-hour course as your attendance will be tracked.
Date/Time/Schedule/Instructors: 3.5-hour sessions with a 15-minute break
|DAY 1||Thursday, Febuary 25, 2021||1:00pm-4:30pm||1:00pm-2:30pm (1.5 hours)
2:30pm-2:45pm (15 mins break)
2:45pm-4:30pm (1.75 hours)
|Scott W. Williams, Esq.|
|DAY 2||Friday, February 26, 2021||9:00am-12:30pm||9:00am-10:30am (1.5 hours)
10:30am-10:45am (15 mins break)
10:45pm-12:30pm (1.75 hours)
|Jordan Reis Cohen, Esq.|
Zoom - the webinar information will be emailed out the day prior and the morning of the virtual education course.
CABB Member: $249.00
The last day to register online is Tuesday, February 23, 2020.
Refund Policy: All education fees are non-refundable and must be used within 12 months of the date the payment was received. Any cancellation or no show less than 14 days prior to the course will be assessed an administrative fee of $35 to re-schedule the course at a later date. For more details on our refund policy CLICK HERE.
|CABB Member||$ 249.00|