Eighth Edition, 2014
By C. Jonathan Lee, Esq.
Argyle Publishing’s Handbook on the Law of Small Business is a guide for small firm attorneys, general practitioners, and attorneys providing legal representation for small businesses. It can also be used by businessmen and entrepreneurs seeking more in-depth coverage on legal and tax issues. The Handbook on Small Business contains thorough practice guides on issues commonly faced by small business law practitioners, as well as templates, forms, checklists, and other resources for providing excellent legal representation to small businesses and their owners. All purchasers receive access to bonus content online, including bonus operating agreements and other forms. Click here: Table of Contents for the table of contents.
This Handbook on Small Business shows you how to:
- Select the most advantageous business entity for the client’s purpose
- Choose between and LLC, S Corporation, C Corporation, and other structures.
- Draft effective partnership, shareholder, and member agreements.
- Organize a small business corporation
- Effectively operate a small business corporation and LLC to avoid potential liability.
- Terminating, converting, and liquidating corporations and LLCs.
- Includes a state-by-state summary of business organization laws.
- Searchable, electronic version of the Handbook.
- Forms from the Handbook in editable format.
- Bonus forms not included in the Handbook.
- Operating Agreements.
- Director and Member Resolutions, Proxies, and More.
This expanded and updated 2014 edition includes 400 pages of practical advice for small business attorneys.
About the Author:
C. Jonathan Lee graduated cum laude from Northwestern School of Law. Mr. Lee has founded and advised several start-ups both prior to, and after, becoming a lawyer. Mr. Lee is in private practice in Colorado.