The HBS Blog

The HBS Blog offers insight on Delaware corporations and LLCs as well as information about entrepreneurship, startups, cryptocurrency, venture capitalism and general business topics.

How Important is Corporate Indemnification? By
what does Corporate Indemnification mean
In a corporation, the scope of indemnification can vary, depending upon the terms of the corporation’s charter and bylaws, but only within certain parameters prescribed by the Delaware corporate law and judicial precedent... Read More
Delaware LLC Ownership: Units By
Delaware LLC Ownership Units
One of the key components of the Delaware LLC that makes it so popular is that the ownership, membership, management and operations of the LLC are all handled internally, via the LLC Operating Agreement... Read More
Business Terms for Delaware Companies By
Business Terms for Delaware Companies
If you own a Delaware company, there are several business terms you should be familiar with so you understand all your company’s important documents and dates... Read More
What to Know about a Limited Liability Partnership By
what is a limited liability partnership
A limited liability partnership is a general partnership that has elected to be treated as a limited liability partnership under Delaware law. An LLP is not set forth in a separate portion of the Delaware code; instead, the laws governing the features of an LLP are the same as those governing general partnerships... Read More
Where Is My Business Located? By
where is my business located?
We explain what to tell the IRS if your company does not have an actual physical location or address | Where Is My Business Located?.. Read More
Sample Stock Transfer Ledger By
The Stock Transfer Ledger is a very important item to update and maintain internally within your Corporation as it will document shares issued or transferred to your company’s shareholders. Free PDF download included... Read More
Advantages of a Delaware Close Corporation By
advantages of a close corporation
A General Corporation can have as many shareholders as it sees fit. With a Close Corporation, there are restrictions on the sale or transfer of stock. The sale or transfer of stock in a Close Corporation can be restricted by the Right of First Refusal clause... Read More
Doing Business in Michigan with a Delaware Company By
The Foreign Qualification process for Michigan, similar to many other states, will require an application process, a state fee, and a Certificate of Good Standing from Delaware... Read More
What is a Certified B Corporation? By
what is a certified b corporation
B Lab is a non-profit corporation that certifies B Corporations—it offers a variety of support, varying from access to the Certified B Corp logo to introducing new Certified B companies to a large, lively community of other Certified B Corporations... Read More
Free Webinar: Delaware Companies for Non-US Residents By On March 27th, we’re hosting a live 60-minute webinar in which we’ll cover everything you need to know about starting a Delaware LLC or corporation from the U.K., India, South Africa, or wherever you happen to reside... Read More