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Whether selecting an entity structure for your own business or on behalf of a client, the decision is hardly ever a simple one. And, when it comes down to choosing between a corporation or a limited liability company (LLC), how can you be certain which entity if the best for your objectives?
CT’s expert staff takes the angst away from this decision, laying out the benefits and potential downsides to forming either as a corporation or an LLC. In this on-demand webinar, you will have a clear understanding of each entity and its surrounding variables, including:
To learn even more about Corporations vs. LLCs, download CT’s seminar reference book.
Meet our expert:
Tamara Kling, Esq. — Government Relations and Regional Attorney
Tamara Kling has been a Government Relations and Regional Attorney with CT for over ten years. She works with state bar associations and government offices to implement changes in business entity laws. She lectures on topics related to business entity operations and filings. She has lectured on such topics as Merger Filings, Business Entity Formation, Maintenance and Termination and the Limited Liability Company. Along with other CT attorneys, Ms. Kling is responsible for maintaining a national database of business entity filing requirements.
Ms. Kling is licensed to practice law in Illinois. She received her B.A. in Political Science from Loyola University of Chicago, and her J.D. from Chicago Kent College of Law. Prior to joining CT, she practiced trade association and corporate law with a law firm in Chicago.
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