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LLCs: Advising Small Business Startups and Larger Companies in Georgia

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Copyright 2013
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Steer clear of the common pitfalls when forming LLCs in Georgia.

Choosing the proper business entity is crucial to the success of a new business, and more and more small businesses are choosing to be structured as a limited liability company. Unfortunately, many businesses are unprepared for the tax consequences associated with an LLC. Purchase these reference materials and get the information you need to make informed decisions regarding forming, operating and terminating an LLC, as well as estate planning strategies.

Learn how to effectively advise your clients regarding the benefits and drawbacks of the formation of an LLC from an operational, tax and liability perspective. Don't pass up this timely opportunity to learn new strategies and considerations in the structuring of a limited liability company.

Benefits for You
•Get an overview of an LLC structure - and how to choose what's best for you
•Discover need-to-know strategies for handling tricky taxation issues
•Avoid common mistakes and oversights when drafting and reviewing LLC operating agreements
•Find out what you need to know about equity compensation in the LLC context
•Meet the challenges ahead - find out how to use LLCs estate planning

Learning Objectives
•You will be able to identify why LLCs are the most popular choice when forming a business.
•You will be able to explain capital accounts.
•You will be able to review LLCs and creditors, including veil piercing and change orders.
•You will be able to describe transferring interests in LLCs.

Authors

Moderators: L. Andrew Immerman, Alston & Bird LLP
A. Lee Lyman, Carlton Fields
Saba Ashraf, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP
David M. Cayce, Mercer Thompson LLC
Douglas Stein, Strategic Law, LLC
Gerald V. Thomas II, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP