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Limited Liability Companies 2018 Edition

This practical guide assists attorneys advising clients who are organizing and working with limited liability companies.

This handbook presents attorneys with valuable information on how to advise clients when structuring and working with limited liability companies. It includes a comprehensive background on LLCs and why they are effective; extensive instruction on how to file Form LLC-5.5, Articles of Organization; considerations for tax and insolvency issues for LLCs; and discussion on series LLCs. Sample forms include operating agreements for member-managed and single member LLCs, a pre-organization agreement, and a separate series agreement. The handbook also contains charts comparing forms of business operation and checklists for LLC organization, provisions for operating agreements, client issues in drafting LLC documents, and operating agreement fiduciary duty modification options.

General Editor
William A. Price, www.growthlaw.com, Warrenville

Chapter 1 — Overview
Timothy S. Farber, Locke Lord LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Introduction to and Background of Illinois Limited Liability Companies
Anthony J. Jacob, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Organizing an Illinois Limited Liability Company
William A. Price, www.growthlaw.com, Warrenville

Chapter 4 — Limited Liability Company Operating Agreements
Timothy J. Leake, Kelly E. Hintzsche, and Kayleigh J. Thomas Nicholl, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Rockford

Chapter 5 — Illinois Limited Liability Company Operating and Maintenance Issues
Timothy S. Farber, Locke Lord LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Liability of Members and Managers in Limited Liability Companies, Including Breach of Fiduciary Duties
Charles W. Murdock, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Capital Structure and Membership Interests
Kelli E. Madigan, Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd., Belleville

Chapter 8 — Uses for Limited Liability Companies
Chad J. Richter, HeplerBroom LLC, Edwardsville

Chapter 9 — Working with Limited Liability Companies
William A. Price, www.growthlaw.com, Warrenville

Chapter 10 — Tax Issues
David R. Chanez and James A. Nepple, Nepple Law, PLC, Moline

Chapter 11 — Series Limited Liability Companies
Jennifer R. Niesen, Christopoulos Law Group, LLC, Chicago

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This handbook presents attorneys with valuable information on how to advise clients when structuring and working with limited liability companies. It includes a comprehensive background on LLCs and why they are effective; extensive instruction on how to file Form LLC-5.5, Articles of Organization; considerations for tax and insolvency issues for LLCs; and discussion on series LLCs. Sample forms include operating agreements for member-managed and single member LLCs, a pre-organization agreement, and a separate series agreement. The handbook also contains charts comparing forms of business operation and checklists for LLC organization, provisions for operating agreements, client issues in drafting LLC documents, and operating agreement fiduciary duty modification options.

General Editor
William A. Price, www.growthlaw.com, Warrenville

Chapter 1 — Overview
Timothy S. Farber, Locke Lord LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Introduction to and Background of Illinois Limited Liability Companies
Anthony J. Jacob, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Organizing an Illinois Limited Liability Company
William A. Price, www.growthlaw.com, Warrenville

Chapter 4 — Limited Liability Company Operating Agreements
Timothy J. Leake, Kelly E. Hintzsche, and Kayleigh J. Thomas Nicholl, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Rockford

Chapter 5 — Illinois Limited Liability Company Operating and Maintenance Issues
Timothy S. Farber, Locke Lord LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Liability of Members and Managers in Limited Liability Companies, Including Breach of Fiduciary Duties
Charles W. Murdock, Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Capital Structure and Membership Interests
Kelli E. Madigan, Mathis, Marifian & Richter, Ltd., Belleville

Chapter 8 — Uses for Limited Liability Companies
Chad J. Richter, HeplerBroom LLC, Edwardsville

Chapter 9 — Working with Limited Liability Companies
William A. Price, www.growthlaw.com, Warrenville

Chapter 10 — Tax Issues
David R. Chanez and James A. Nepple, Nepple Law, PLC, Moline

Chapter 11 — Series Limited Liability Companies
Jennifer R. Niesen, Christopoulos Law Group, LLC, Chicago

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