Carruthers & Roth’s Hosts 2010 Business & Tax Seminar

December 10, 2010

GREENSBORO, NC – On Wednesday, December 8, Carruthers & Roth, P.A. held its 2010 Business & Tax Seminar at the Marriott in downtown Greensboro. Nearly two hundred CPA’s and industry professionals attended the firm’s annual event.

Nine attorneys from the firm’s Business, Tax & Estates, Commercial Real Estate and Litigation Practice Areas presented on areas relating to business law and taxation and covered topics such as qualified retirement plans, asset protection planning, private equity and securities law compliance, and federal income tax changes in 2010.

The Carruthers & Roth, P.A. attorneys who were featured as speakers and their presentations are as listed:

J. Scott Dillon
“Retirement Plan Train Wrecks – What Do We Do Now? “

Jack B. Bayliss, Jr.
“CPA Liability Issues: Some North Carolina Cases”

Gregory S. Williams
“The Year Without an Estate Tax – Planning for Uncertain Times”

Michael J. Allen
“Non-compete, Non-solicitation and Non-disclosure Clauses in North Carolina and Beyond”

Rachel S. Decker and Kevin A. Rust
“A Litigation Medley: e-discovery, Traffic Court and Small Claims Court”

Christopher J. Vaughn
“Real Estate Issues in a Down Economy”

Keith A. Wood
“2010 Federal Income Tax Update”