Tuesday, January 26, 2016

2016 American Bar Association LLC Institute

At the request of Tom Rutledge, chair of the American Bar Association Section of Business Law's Committee on LLCs, Partnerships and Unincorporated Entities (that sure is a mouthful!),  I am passing on the following:

 

While the dates are still being resolved, this October, 2016, the Committee of LLCs, Partnerships and Unincorporated Entities will again be sponsoring a two-day LLC Institute in Arlington, Virginia. This program brings together more than 100 high-level practitioners and academics to review a variety of issues involving the law of unincorporated business organizations. In recent years presentations have been made by Joan Heminway, Carter Bishop, Dan Kleinberger, Colin Marks, Michelle Harner and Benjamin Means. I think each will vouch for the quality of the program.

We are actively soliciting proposals for panels. If you are working on something, or if there is something you would like to discuss before an audience that I can guarantee will be “hot”, please let me know.

Thanks.


Tom Rutledge
Thomas.rutledge@skofirm.com

 

Indeed, I can vouch for the program, at which I have presented twice.  There typically is an opportunity presented to write a short piece for Business Law Today, if you are interested.  My contribution from the 2015 LLC Institute (a real page-turner--not) can be found here.

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/business_law/2016/01/2016-american-bar-association-llc-institute.html

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Comments

I have only presented at the LLC Institute once, in 2012, but I found it informative and thought it was an excellent way to engage with some of the top people in the field.

Posted by: Haskell Murray | Jan 27, 2016 6:33:32 AM

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