This program, presented by business attorney Barry Gartenberg, will examine the history and nature of corporation and LLC statutes, the key similarities and differences between corporations and LLCs, and how corporations and LLC laws treat managerial and financial rights very differently. The course will examine how the differences between corporations and LLCs can create serious but avoidable traps, and provide tips for how to avoid them.
Provide a brief history and nature of corporation and LLC laws
Distinguish between the key similarities and differences between corporations and LLCs
Explore how the differences between corporations and LLCs can create serious, but avoidable traps
Barry Gartenberg is a solo practitioner in Springfield, New Jersey. His practice concentrates on offering legal advice and representation in a diversified range of business law matters, including entity formation; governance; partnership, operating and shareholder agreements; business sales, acquisitions and reorganizations; commercial real estate transactions; and business dissolutions. Prior to practicing law, Barry owned and managed a substantial metal trading business and he holds an MBA in finance and a BS in Business Management. Barry is a director of the Business Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Chair of the Business Entity Committee of the Business Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association, and an officer of the Morris/Essex County Inn of Transactional Counsel. In addition to being a presenter at Lawline and the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education, Barry is an adjunct professor and has taught well over one hundred undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate business law courses and programs.
Well-organized to convey the subject matter in a straightforward fashion.
Was very insightful - thank you.
Very useful information and made a number of points about the relationships among LLC members that I had not heard in other LLC v Corporation discussions.
This was done well enough but was very basic and should be labeled that way. Provided nothing new for seasoned practitioner.
I regularly deal with corporate formation and the drafting of corporate business documents. While much of this was old hat to me, it was still informative and reminded me of aspects I don't often address but should keep in mind in my practice.
high-level survey of basic LLC issues
Would like more information on when to recommend a corporation over an LLC
Presenter was clear, knowledgable and informative - thank you!