George M. Chalos to Present at CMA Shipping 2010
On March 22-24, 2010, the world's shipping community will converge on Stamford, Connecticut for the Connecticut Maritime Association's (CMA) annual shipping conference. Over 2,000 of the industry's leaders, regulators and service providers will attend the three (3) day conference and exhibition to discuss pressing commercial and legal issues.
George M. Chalos will be a featured speaker at the session and will be presenting a speech entitled: "The Consequences of Having Registered in NY to Avoid Rule B, and other Tax Issues." Mr. Chalos will be discussing a variety of U.S. and New York Tax implications for foreign companies doing business in the US, as well as those which registered in New York during the past several years as a Rule B avoidance technique.
The 2010 Legal Session has been approved by the Maritime Law Session for 3.5 CLE credits.
To find out more about the CMA Shipping 2010 Conference & Exhibition, please visit www.shipping2010.com