ILLINOIS BUSINESS LAWThe Tucker Firm authors Legal Guide to Business Organizations, which is published annually by Thomson West, the largest publisher of legal materials. This book contains a complete discussion of Illinois entity types, including the various types of corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies. It enables professionals and business owners to select the optimal type of legal entity to carry out business operations. It explains the tax impacts of each type of entity, the restrictions prohibiting certain professionals from using certain entity types, and the securities laws that apply to the entities. It contains comprehensive instructions on how to form and maintain each entity type and the legal implications of each entity.
SELECTING THE BEST ENTITY OPTION.
This book assists business owners in selecting the optimal type of legal entity to carry out business operations in Illinois. It outlines the legal and tax differences between Illinois entity types, including C corporations, S corporations, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, limited liability companies and series limited liability companies. The book enables companies and their owners to maximize their legal protection and minimize their taxes by selecting an entity type that provides the greatest legal and tax advantages.
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES: A COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO LLC FORMATION AND OPERATION.
This book discusses the legislation effective on August 16, 2005 that authorized the creation of series limited liability companies in Illinois. The book explains why series LLCs provide a company with greater limited liability protection than other entity types. It provides information on how series LLCs are formed, maintained, operated, and taxed. In addition, it outlines the things that series LLCs must do to preserve the limited liability protection that series LLCs allow.
This book explains why series LLCs are the entity of choice for real estate investors. It informs real estate investors of the cost savings and increased liability protection that series LLCs offer. The book also instructs real estate investors on the tax implications of series LLCs and the steps necessary to form and maintain a series LLCs.
This book instructs real estate investors on simple steps that they can take to avoid purchasing a property that will cause the investor to incur legal liability arising from the property. This book also informs investors on how to minimize the likelihood that they will be sued successfully for claims arising from their property, and the book empowers investors to protect their personal assets from being reached to satisfy legal claims that may arise from their property.
This book provides companies with information on how to respond to subpoenas they receive requesting their personnel appear for a deposition, testify as a witness, or produce documents or other things in legal proceedings.
This book describes the legal claims typically asserted against accountants and provides specific recommendations to accountants to avoid these claims and minimize their adverse effect.