Membership Meeting - July 25th
Wednesday, July 25, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (CDT)
ASWA Members: $28
Guests are encouraged!
Wednesday July 25, 2012
Registration opens at 5:30PM
Meeting begins at 6:00PM
Mark Goldstein of Lowe Stein will present "Assisting Insolvency Attorneys with the Treatment of Tax Attributes"
This presentation, originally geareed toward the New Orleans Bar Association, will be modified so that the focus is specific to accountants.
1 Hour of CPE credit is available.
Food & Drinks:
Choice of the following 4 entrees:
- Dos Cubanos - Cuban steak and marinated Cuban pork carnitas
- Tequila Lime Shrimp
- Pollo Asada - Grilled chicken topped with sauteed spinach and garlic and monterey jack and asadero cheese
- Shrimp Jalisco - Fresh gulf shrimp stuffed with asadero cheese and jalapenos and wrapped in bacon
Dessert is a choice of flan (caramel custard), sopas with ice cream (fried sopapillas or pastries), or apple flautas (homemade tortillas filled with cinnamon apples, lightly fried, and topped with Blue Bell cinnamon ice cream.
Plenty of free parking is available in the Clearview Mall parking lot in front of the restaurant.
RSVP online through eventbrite OR by contacting Leslie Armstrong email@example.com
If you wish to pay with cash or a check, just choose the "pay at the door" option.
**Please note that Eventbrite sales will end at 6:00 P.M. on Tuesday, July 24.**
With a practice focusing on bankruptcy and commercial litigation, Mark S. Goldstein has represented hundreds of creditors, committees, trustees, and debtors, in cases under Chapters 7, 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. As Trustee’s counsel, Mr. Goldstein has represented estates in complex commercial fraud and directors and officers liability litigation, transfer avoidance actions, and claims allowance and subordination proceedings. As creditor’s counsel, he has protected and prosecuted his clients’ rights through the plan confirmation process, claims allowance process, and lift stay and lien ranking proceedings, and has defended them in transfer avoidance litigation. As debtor’s counsel, he has prepared and filed petitions under Chapters 7, 11, and 13, represented a wide range of debtors-in-possession, and has extensive experience representing both business and consumer Chapter 7 debtors in every phase of those proceedings.
Mark S. Goldstein is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School (Class of ’79) and holds joint degrees in Law and Public Policy Studies. He enjoys Martindale Hubbell’s highest rating (AV), and has been practicing law in state and federal courts in Louisiana since 1981. From 1989 through 2003, he was the supervisor of Tulane Law School’s Consumer and Foreclosure Advice Clinic.
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American Society of Women Accountants New Orleans Chapter
ASWA is a professional not-for-profit organization founded in 1938 in Indianapolis to increase the opportunities for women in all fields of accounting. The New Orleans chapter was sponsored by the Atlanta chapter in 1958 and began with 21 members, 10 of whom were Certified Public Accountants. Today we have about 100 members who meet once a month, usually on the fourth Wednesday, at various restaurants in the area. Special monthly meetings include Student Activities, Public Relations, a Christmas luncheon each December, a joint meeting with the Association of Governmental Accountants, an annual membership drive and wine tasting, and an Officer Installation luncheon in June. In the past, the chapter has served the New Orleans community by volunteering at Celebration in the Oaks, the WYES Showboat Auction, the AARP Tax Aide program, the Red Cross Humanitarian Ball, and by supporting Dress for Success, an international organization that provides business attire to women for job interviews.