As LLCs have become the default choice of entity for most businesses, sales and exchanges of LLC membership interests are commonplace. Despite the frequency of sales and exchanges, exactly what rights of the seller the buyer succeeds to is often mistaken and these mistakes can lead to dispute and litigation. By default, transferees succeed only to the economic interests of the transferor. They do not succeed to the transferor's governance rights. If governance rights are part of the underlying bargain, the consent of the LLC's other members generally must be sought.
This program provides a practical guide to drafting and planning for the sale and exchange of LLC interests.
- Selling/exchanging LLC and partnership interests and effective alternatives
- Succession to economic rights of seller v. management and information rights
- Tax consequences to the entity and buyers/sellers in sales/exchanges of entity interests
- Disguised sales of LLC/partnership interests – and techniques to avoid adverse tax impact
- Constructive terminations and their adverse tax consequences
- Distributions and other alternative to sales and exchanges of LLC/partnership interests
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
- Frank Ciatto, Venable LLP, Washington D.C.
September 29, 2020
North Carolina: 1.00 MCLE/CPE Hour
See pricing below.