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Dissociation of LLC Member Does Not Discharge Them from Liability to LLC Members

Limited liability companies can be tight-knit operations.

The owners, or members, are usually friends or associates that decided to go into business together.

They liked the ease of operation of the LLC so they chose that over a corporation. 683 more words

Ignore an Audit – Go to Jail

A physician did nothing to change billing practices, even after Medicare denied some of the physician’s remittance claims as a result of an audit.  This and other evidence helped convict the physician of Medicare fraud. 327 more words

Carl Barnes Quoted in BloombergPolitics on Rex Tillerson Email Probe

In the investigation into the accuracy of Exxon Mobil’s statements regarding the possible effects of climate change on the company, an email alias of former CEO Rex Tillerson, now Secretary of State, was discovered. 140 more words

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Michael Jabbawy Joins MBBP as Corporate Partner

We are pleased to announce the addition of Corporate Member Michael R. Jabbawy.

Michael’s practice is focused primarily in the areas of emerging and growth technology companies, venture capital, M&A transactions, and corporate governance. 54 more words

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Oral Agreements of LLC Members Can Be the Operating Agreement

Your business is organized for simplicity and ease of maintenance as a limited liability company (LLC).

You like how the LLC gives you the same liability protection as a corporation. 660 more words

Global technology divestments grew 37% in the last year, driven by digital transformation

The global technology sector experienced unprecedented divestment activity in 2016, according to the technology findings from the EY Global Corporate Divestment Study. The volume of global technology divestments valued at more than US$100m grew 37% from 2015 to 2016. 272 more words


Corporate Charter Competition

In an article to be published in the Minnesota Law Review, I use systems-strategic analysis to explore the role of charter competition in corporate law. A systems-strategic analysis begins by identifying a law-related system for study, then describes how the system functions, and finally infers from that function what goals the system is pursuing. 795 more words

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