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Forming & Operating Limited Liability Companies

From the CEB Web site:

LLCs offer limited liability for their owners—like a corporation—with the tax treatment of a partnership, in addition to the freedom to structure management rights and financial interests in virtually any configuration the parties wish. They are ideal for small businesses and can be used for operating entities, real estate investments, joint ventures, and investments that have foreign participants. However, LLCs also have limitations and disadvantages. CEB panelists will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of LLCs and provide an introduction to LLC tax laws. Practical issues such as preparing operating agreements and the use of LLCs in business transactions will also be covered.

Loeb & Loeb partner Allan Duboff is one of the panelists in the following programs:

Anaheim - Session 740

January 13, 2007
9:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Sheraton Anaheim Hotel (Kensington North Ballroom)
900 South Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, California 92802
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Los Angeles - Session 220

January 27, 2007
9:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel (Manhattan Room)
711 South Hope Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071
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Program Highlights

  • Choice of entity issues
    - comparison with other forms of business
    - formation and operating tax issues
    - nontax issues
    - Delaware series LLCs
  • Attorney-client relationship and conflicts of interest
  • How to structure LLCs to serve clients’ tax objectives
  • Filing requirements
  • Drafting the operating agreement
    - capital contributions and withdrawals
    - allocations and distributions
    - management and fiduciary duties
    - membership interests and transfers
    - buy-sell rights
    - withdrawal and dissolution
    - mergers and reorganizations
  • Single member LLCs
  • Liability
  • Bankruptcy issues

Note that class assumes some experience in business law practice but no experience with respect to limited liability companies.