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Who needs to qualify to do business in another state?

April 01, 2021 (1 min read)

What does it mean to qualify to do business in a foreign state? What happens if a company doesn’t qualify? Qualification can be tricky, and the consequences of getting it wrong can be expensive.

To help legal and business professionals better understand doing business outside of their jurisdiction, CSC is offering a complimentary CLE program on qualification.

The program, presented by Beth Lyden and Zachary Beaver of Dykema Gossett PLLC, provides insight on business activities that typically do and don’t require qualification. It’s a great learning opportunity for corporate counsel, business attorneys, corporate paralegals, business owners and c-suite executives.

The webinar will bring to life Qualifying to Do Business in Another State: The CSC® 50-State Guide to Qualification. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask our presenters about formations and qualification guidelines as they review their impact on their business, and what they can do to protect yourself. The presenters will also touch on some common CSC customer qualification questions.

Webinar learning objectives

Attendees will leave the program with a better understanding of corporate activities that generally do not require qualification and corporate activities that do require qualification. Th presenters will review the process of evaluating whether a business is impacted and needs to qualify in another state or whether it meets a general exception.

Attendees can also expect a review of online and eCommerce activities that do or do not generally require qualification. They will leave with a better understanding of how corporations can cure failures or terminate qualification if necessary.


Thursday April 22, 2021


11 A.M. ET

Presented by

LexisNexis®, CSC®, and Dykema Gossett PLLC

Register for the webinar here

*CLE is approved or in the process of approval for 60 minutes of CLE credit. The type of credit allowed will be determined by the state governing MCLE Board. To verify the approval status of a jurisdiction, email