Thursday, June 22, 2017 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT
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333 Bridge Street, Springfield, MA 01103 



Jenny Papageorge, Director of Development

Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts  



Charitable Giving Seminar with Conrad Teitell: Charitable Contributions Now for Gifts that Go to a Charity at a Client’s Death 


Please join us for a luncheon seminar with Conrad Teitell 

His talk, "Charitable Contributions Now for Gifts that Go to a Charity at a Client’s Death," will cover:

  • Choosing wisely among charitable life-income plans
  • Latest developments
  • Windfalls and pitfalls
  • Planning for maximum flexibility
  • Latest tax-reform developments


$75 per person. Limited seating is available. Lunch is included.

Presented by the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
Sponsored by Western New England University

This program is designed to qualify for two CLE, CPE credits.
We will provide a certificate of attendance.

Conrad Teitell is a popular lecturer, practicing lawyer, prolific writer and professor of law. He is known throughout the United States for his ability to translate complicated laws into understandable English. He has lectured nationwide and on PBS television programs on taxes and estate planning. Conrad, along with Warren Buffett, was an invited witness who testified at the U.S. Senate Finance Committee hearing on federal estate tax revision. Listed in "The Best Lawyers in America," Conrad is a principal in the law firm Cummings & Lockwood and is based in the firm's Stamford, Conn., office. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami School of Law and also is a fellow of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Among his many awards, Conrad is the recipient of the American Law Institute/American Bar Association's Harrison Tweed Award for Special Merit in Continuing Legal Education.