Seminar March 24-27, 2019

2019 UPPO Annual Conference

Event Detail
Ethan D. Millar, Kendall L. Houghton, Michael M. Giovannini, Matthew P. Hedstrom
March 24-27, 2019
Sheraton New Orleans
New Orleans, LA

Ethan Millar will speak during the session “Legal Issues for Non-Lawyers.” Learn about legal concepts common in unclaimed property, such as private escheat, derivative rights, and anti-limitations clauses, to gain an understanding of key issues frequently at the heart of litigation and enforcement disputes. Practical applications and insights will facilitate a discussion on when to consult with legal counsel and the importance of attorney-client privilege. Tuesday, March 26 @ 1:00.

Kendall Houghton will facilitate the two industry breakout sessions “Securities/Mutual Funds/Broker Dealers/Transfer Agents,” which are focused on industry compliance and audit-related concerns, and will present an unclaimed property mock trial focusing on current legal issues facing holders and states. Monday, March 25 @ 8:45 and Wednesday, March 27 @ 8:30; mock trial on Tuesday @ 8:00.

Michael Giovannini will speak during the session “IRA Reporting Challenges.” With the states now enacting versions of RUUPA, the landscape for reporting non-ERISA retirement arrangements is becoming more complex. Explore how to properly age individual retirement arrangements for escheat, the due diligence considerations for those properties, and identifying customer contact on them. Sunday, March 24 @ 3:45.

Matt Hedstrom will speak during the industry breakout session “Healthcare Providers and Insurers.” The session will cover the current state of enforcement, compliance challenges, and other hot topics facing the health care industry. Monday, March 25 @ 8:45.

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