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253.2S sec. 1 - Partnerships and LLC's (Summer 2014)

Instructor: Richard M. Buxbaum  (view instructor's teaching evaluations | profile)
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Units: 2
Meeting Time: TuWTh 9:00-12:15
Meeting Location: 130

Course Start: June 04, 2014
Course End: June 19, 2014

This course deals with an issue of increasing importance for any lawyer contemplating a transactional corporate practice. LLCs and partnerships of all sorts--the "un-corporations"--have become the form of choice for most businesses, large and small, simple and sophisticated. The course will examine the differences and similarities among such business entities; how they are created, managed and operated; and the fiduciary and other relationships among the participants in each form. Issues of choice of entity in the context of common business transactions will be considered. The course will include an introduction to the drafting of these often complex contractual arrangements.

Course Category: Business Law

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