The Truth about LLC Liability Protection and Charging Orders

OL063-16  |  On Demand  |  Update  |  Self-Study

Description

Explores the creditor-protection issues relating to limited liability companies, including alter ego, veil piercing and so-called charging order protection.

Credits

Number of Credits Type of Credits
1 Tax

Prerequisites

None

Preparation

None

Notes

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Facilitators

Jay D. Adkisson, JD

Jay D. Adkisson is a partner of the law firm of Riser Adkisson LLP, with his offices in Henderson, Nevada, and Newport Beach, California. He was graduated with honors from the University of Oklahoma (B.A., 1986; J.D., 1988), and was a member of the University of Oklahoma Law Review. He is currently a member in good standing of the state bars of Arizona, California, Nevada, Oklahoma and Texas.

Jay was a co-author (with Chris Riser) of "Asset Protection: Concepts & Strategies" (McGraw-Hill, 2004), and is a regular contributor to Forbes.com. Among other things, he served as an ABA Advisor to the Drafting Committee of the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act (unanimously adopted by the Uniform Law Commission in July, 2014), and currently serves as an ABA Advisor to the Drafting Committee of the proposed Uniform Limited Liability Company Protected Series Act.

Jay practices in the area of creditor-debtor law, and has acted as a court-appointed Receiver in post-judgment collection actions. He has also twice been an expert witness to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.

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