Drafting LLC Operating Agreements     $79.00
September 28, 2017 (Thu)  12:30 PM  US/Eastern

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During this special two hour program, attorneys Edward L. Perkins JD, LLM (Tax), CPA and Steven Chisholm JD, LLM (Tax) will offer insight into the drafting of LLC Operating Agreements.


  • Why an LLC rather than an S Corp?

  • An overview of the Operating Agreement

  • Essential provisions and the ones you should exclude

  • Allocating profits and losses

  • Voting and control issues

  • Required contributions of capital and loan provisions

  • Restrictions on Transfer

  • Buy Sell provisions

  • Dissolution and Liquidation

  • Special Tax Allocations




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Additional Information

Prerequisites:
There are no prerequisites for this program.

Who should attend?

  • Attorneys involved in business law or transactional practice.

  • CPAs.




Advanced Preparation:
No advanced preparation is required.

Program Level:
Basic.

Delivery Method:
Distance Learning - Webinar/Video Broadcast with Moderator (CLE)
Group Internet-Based (CPE)