May

    LLC Boot Camp: What Every Associate (And Every Partner) Needs To Know

    1 PM EDT

    While law schools continue to focus their "business associations" classes on the law of business corporations, in EVERY state far more LLCs are organized than are corporations. This Boot Camp will inform primarily younger attorneys of the significant distinctions between LLCs and corporations.

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      12/31/2019

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    LLC Boot Camp: What Every Associate (And Every Partner) Needs To Know

    Event Details

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    Web

    Date

    May 29, 2019

    2019-05-29T13:00:00-04:00 2019-05-29T14:30:00-04:00 LLC Boot Camp: What Every Associate (And Every Partner) Needs To Know

    While law schools continue to focus their "business associations" classes on the law of business corporations, in EVERY state far more LLCs are organized than are corporations. This Boot Camp will inform primarily younger attorneys of the significant distinctions between LLCs and corporations.

    Speakers

    Brian Lewis

    Nexsen Pruet LLC

    John Lyle

    Lyle Johnson LLC

    Thomas Rutledge

    Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC

    Thomas E. Rutledge is a member of Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC (Louisville, Kentucky), where his practice is devoted to business and securities law with a focus on the law of business organizations.  He advises clients on matters including choice of entity, structuring corporations, LLC and other organizational forms, and contracts between business ventures, including compliance with related securities and tax laws. He is as well involved in disputes between business owners, and from time to time serves as an expert witness in those disputes.

    Tom has extensive involvement in the drafting of the business entity states of Kentucky and has been involved in numerous national level drafting projects with the ABA and the Uniform Law Commission. He is the immediate-past Chair of the LLCs, Partnerships and Unincorporated Entities Committee of the Section of Business Law, ABA.  Tom is a Fellow at the University of Louisville School of Law and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law.  He is as well a member of the Corporate Laws Committee and a ULC Commissioner.

    A frequent speaker and writer on business entity law as well as an expert witness, his publications include as co-author of Rutledge & Vestal on Kentucky Partnerships and Limited Partnerships, articles in the Kentucky Law Journal and the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law and as a regular columnist to the Journal of Passthrough Entities. Various of his articles have been cited by courts including the 6th and 7th Circuit Courts of Appeals, the Kentucky Supreme Court and the Delaware Chancery Court, and he has been cited as well in an amicus brief submitted to the US Supreme Court in the Hobby Lobby/Conestoga Specialty Wood Products cases. In 2004 he was elected to membership in the American Law Institute.

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