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St. Louis Associates Elizabeth Schlesinger and Lana Lane presented a workshop March 12 for Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts (VLAA). The workshop, “Purple Pain: Legal Lessons We Can Learn from Prince,” discussed the key takeaways about creative entrepreneurship, intellectual property and estate planning from the 2016 death of American singer, Prince.
St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Art supports the creative community through free legal and accounting assistance and a wide variety of affordable educational programs designed to help artists of every discipline and career level, nonprofit cultural organizations and small arts-related businesses develop sound business practices.
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Schlesinger is a member of Bryan Cave’s Private Client Group. She is experienced in assisting clients with pre-death estate planning and wealth preservation as well as post-death trust and probate administration. Schlesinger often works with multi-generational families to pass philanthropic values, as well as wealth, to future generations.
Lane is an estate planning attorney in the St. Louis office of Bryan Cave, LLP. She assists clients in their pre-death wealth transfer planning through the creation of wills, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, powers of attorney, lifetime and charitable gifting. She also assists clients with their post-death trust and probate administration.