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Live Webinar Date: February 9, 2016
Choosing the entity structure that best fits your business objectives is critical – whether it’s for your own company or on behalf of a client. But, deciding between the two leading business entity structures, corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs), can be difficult.
Learn what you need to know to make an informed, confident decision. In this webinar, CT’s expert staff attorneys detail the difference between a corporation and an LLC, and compare and contrast the defining characteristics of these entity types.
You will learn the variables that have long-term impact, including:
Come away with an understanding of best practices for formation and maintenance in order to avoid costly administrative missteps.
For a deeper dive into Corporations vs. LLCs, download CT’s seminar reference book and keep the answers to your pressing questions on-hand.
Meet our expert:
Lori Ann Fox has been a Government Relations and Regional Attorney with CT for twelve years.
She sits on drafting committees and works closely with state bar associations, government offices and legislatures to implement changes in business entity and related laws. She regularly lectures on topics related to business entity operations and filings, including Delaware entity laws, Mergers, Business Entity Formation, Maintenance, Compliance and Governance, Limited Liability Companies, specialty entity types and ethical considerations surrounding entity and compliance issues.
Prior to joining CT, Ms. Fox maintained a private practice focusing on corporate law, which was preceded by her serving as General Counsel for an insurance company. Ms. Fox received her law degree from Emory University School of Law, and is a member of the State Bars of Texas, Oklahoma, and Georgia.
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