CLE Webinar: The Corporation vs. The LLC

2020 CLE Webinar Series
Tuesday, April 7 - Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Internet-based Webinar

1:00PM - 2:00PM Eastern Time


Selecting an entity structure, whether for your business or on behalf of a client, is an important decision with lasting implications. The two most popular options are corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs)–but how do you decide between the two? Join this free CLE webinar to learn which entity structure is best for your business objectives.

CT’s expert staff attorneys will review the key characteristics of both the corporation and the LLC, highlighting similarities and differences between the two. Attendees will learn about key variables to consider when selecting one of these entities and the options that can have long-term impact.

Learn about:

  • Entity characteristics
  • Taxation
  • Non-tax advantages
  • Formation
  • Management and ownership
  • Compliance
  • Foreign qualification
  • Dissolution

Who should join:

  • Attorneys and paralegals in law firms who handle corporate business compliance, entity formation, or mergers and acquisitions
  • In-house counsel and paralegals responsible for corporate compliance

Your expert guides:

Alex Halow, Esq.
Alex Halow, Esq. is a Regional Attorney for CT Corporation. He has been a member of CT’s Precedent Department since 2015. Alex tracks legislation affecting corporations, LLCs, and other business entities, and helps maintain a national database of business entity filing requirements. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (BA ‘91) and Cornell Law School (JD ‘95). Before joining CT he practiced immigration law, and earlier in his career worked in bankruptcy and commercial litigation. Alex is also a trained mediator.

Sandra Feldman — Research Attorney
Sandra Feldman has been the Publications and Research Attorney for CT Corporation since 1988. She closely monitors, reports and writes about changing business entity law issues across all U.S. jurisdictions. She has written extensively about corporations and unincorporated entities through books, white papers, articles, and seminar and webinar presentations. Sandy is a graduate of Binghamton University and the Boston University School of Law. She is a member of the New York and Massachusetts bars.