A limited liability company has historically been considered an attractive structure for an entity based upon its flexibility in organizational structure (like a corporation or partnership), its taxation as a pass-through entity (like a partnership) and the owners’ limited liability for actions and debts of the company (like a corporation). Based on two recent Delaware…

As an entrepreneur or principal of a small business, particularly a start-up company, you have probably pursued or considered pursuing funding from a variety of sources, including debt financing, equity financing from friends and family or “angel” investors, and equity financing from a venture capital (“VC”) firm. This article focuses on the myriad aspects, both…

As a business owner, it is important to recognize that your business is not just where you work, but probably represents a significant portion of your net worth and your largest asset. The ability to monetize that asset is the most important financial event of your life. If you want to have a successful exit…

Many businesses grant equity interests to key employees or other service providers in an effort to incentivize them to help grow the business. Businesses organized as corporations often turn to the grant of stock options in order to accomplish this goal. However,  limited liability companies (“LLCs”) have the advantage of being able to issue a…

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