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From One Thing to Another: Business Entity Conversions & Domestication - 2019

Originally presented on May 15, 2019 Choice of entity is not a one-time decision.  Business entities may choose to change their form of entity for many reasons – the tax laws, new investors may require a different form of entity, or market or regulatory conditions may force a different form of entity.  But whenever an entity is converted from one form to another, significant tax liability and corporate or partnership law issues arise.  One important consideration is how to modify the company’s underlying agreements to ensure basic economic arrangements among the owners remain intact. This program will provide a real-world guide to entity conversions among C Corps, S Corps, partnerships and Limited Liability Companies.  
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Originally presented on May 15, 2019

Choice of entity is not a one-time decision.  Business entities may choose to change their form of entity for many reasons – the tax laws, new investors may require a different form of entity, or market or regulatory conditions may force a different form of entity.  But whenever an entity is converted from one form to another, significant tax liability and corporate or partnership law issues arise.  One important consideration is how to modify the company’s underlying agreements to ensure basic economic arrangements among the owners remain intact. This program will provide a real-world guide to entity conversions among C Corps, S Corps, partnerships and Limited Liability Companies.  

• Conversions among C Corps, S Corps, partnerships and LLCs
• Strategies for minimizing tax on conversions 
• Business and organizational law considerations when converting an entity
• Drafting issues in restating underlying company agreements 
• Practical and tax traps when engaging in an entity conversion

Speaker: C. Ben Huber, Greenburg Traurig, LLP, Denver, CO

 

NOTE: This program was originally produced as a telephone seminar and is available on demand in streaming audio. This material qualifies for self-study credit only. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for ethics or elimination of bias credit.

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