Structured Settlements and Deferred Attorney Fees
Leveraging Structured Arrangements to Protect the Client, Facilitate Case Resolution, and Provide Tax-Deferred Benefits for Counsel
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide a review of structured settlements, including 468B QSFs, and tax-deferred options for attorney contingency fee payments. The panel will explain how to use structured settlements to advance resolution of the litigation, protect the client, and provide tax benefits to contingency counsel.
- Structured settlements
- Personal injury cases
- Non-personal injury cases
- Qualified settlement funds
- Structured attorney fees
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- How do structured settlements assist counsel in advancing the case toward resolution?
- What is the distinction between structured settlements in physical injury cases v. non-physical injury cases?
- What are the advantages of deferred attorney fee arrangements, and when should counsel consider this option?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Brook Hollow Financial
Prior to working for Brook Hollow, he worked for Deloitte & Touche as a Senior Tax Manager, specializing in tax... | Read More
Prior to working for Brook Hollow, he worked for Deloitte & Touche as a Senior Tax Manager, specializing in tax consulting for 1031 exchanges and tax planning for high net worth individuals. He also worked as a Senior Vice President of Norwest Bank (Wells Fargo) where he managed personal trusts for the state of Arizona.Close
Christopher J. Princis
Senior Vice President
Brook Hollow Financial
He was one of the first resources to bring the tenancy in common investment strategy to the Midwest. He also has worked... | Read More
He was one of the first resources to bring the tenancy in common investment strategy to the Midwest. He also has worked in the qualified intermediary industry, assisting clients with their tax deferral goals. He is also a licensed CE instructor, training real estate professionals, including attorneys, CPA’s, certified financial planners, real estate agents, and mortgage professionals.Close
Robert W. Wood
Wood & Porter
He has extraordinarily broad experience in corporate, partnership and individual tax matters. He has long maintained a... | Read More
He has extraordinarily broad experience in corporate, partnership and individual tax matters. He has long maintained a corporate tax practice emphasizing general business planning, negotiation and documentation of corporate distributions, divisive and acquisitive reorganizations, financings, recapitalizations, formations and liquidations.Close