Maryland Limited Liability Company: Forms and Practice Manual
Prominent Maryland attorneys have drawn from their extensive experience and collaborated to bring you strategies and forms for virtually every situation you may encounter in this newly revised two-volume Manual featuring a collection of more than 280 electronic forms and LLC cases.
This extensive, updated manual, with its more than 1,400 pages of valuable content, will help you stay current and efficient by providing appropriate statutes and regulations – complemented by thorough discussions and analyses of any changing federal and Maryland state laws. Plus, you’ll be expertly guided through an extensive selection of appropriate LLC forms using an easy-to-follow format. Included are electronic customizable forms, and explanations and planning strategies for the LLC business structure.
Recent Updates Include:
- New section addressing conflicts and ethical considerations in representing parties to an Operating Agreement, including forms regarding disclosure and waiver of conflicts
- New alternative provision for use in connection with the establishment of “profits interests” based on the achievement of a “hurdle amount,” including basic provisions establishing this special class of interest, definitions, and applicable profit and loss allocation provisions
- New alternative provisions to help avoid the dissolution of the LLC if the LLC’s last remaining member withdraws from the LLC
- Updated Part V – LLP and LLC Cases.
Robert M. Ercole, Esq., a principal in the law firm of Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Rubin & Gibber, P.A., focusing on individual and business tax and corporate planning, real estate joint ventures and financing, and mergers and acquisitions. He received his B.S. from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business; his J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law; and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the state of Maryland.
Stuart Levine, Esq. practices in Baltimore, primarily in the areas of business acquisitions and dispositions, Federal and state tax litigation, forming and operating corporations and LLCs, and general corporate representation. He received his B.A. from the University of Maryland College Park; his J.D. from the University of Baltimore; and his LL.M. in taxation from the Georgetown University Law Center.
Marshall B. Paul, Esq. is a corporate partner with Saul Ewing, LLP, and an adjunct faculty member at University of Maryland Law School and has lectured extensively on the topic of limited liability companies. He received his B.A. from Johns Hopkins University; his J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law; and his LL.M. in taxation from the Georgetown University Law Center.
Daryl J. Sidle, Esq. is a principal in the law firm of Baxter, Baker, Sidle, Conn & Jones, P.A., where he specializes in business planning, mergers and acquisitions, real estate tax planning, and estate tax planning. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University, Princeton University, and The University of Maryland School of Law.
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SUMMARY TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I: ORGANIZATION
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Formation and Organization
PART II: OPERATIONS
Chapter 3: The Operating Agreement
Chapter 4: Organization
Chapter 5: Limited Liability Company Capital
Chapter 6: Allocation and Distribution Provisions
Chapter 7: Management Provisions
Chapter 8: Transfer and Buy-sell Provisions
Chapter 9: Dissolution
Chapter 10: Books, Records, and Accounting
PART III: MISCELLANEOUS
Chapter 11: Reorganization of the LLC
Chapter 12: Doing Interstate Business
Chapter 13: Professional Limited Liability Companies
Chapter 14: Equity-based Compensation Strategies
Chapter 15: Miscellaneous Forms
Chapter 16: Single-member LLCs
Chapter 17: Use of LLCs by Exempt Organizations
Chapter 18: Bankruptcy Issues Concerning LLCs
Chapter 19: Personal Use LLCs
Chapter 20: The LLC in Litigation
Chapter 21: Benefit LLCs in Maryland
PART IV: APPENDICES
PART V: LLP AND LLC CASES
PART VI: INDICES