Free Webinar: Understanding the Series LLC

series llc webinarOn December 9th, 2020 at 2:00 PM EST, Harvard Business Services, Inc. presents a free, live webinar on one of the more complicated business entities: the Series LLC.

Unlike a standard LLC or General Corporation, the Series LLC typically involves several inter-related entities, sometimes referred to as a “parent” LLC and multiple “child” LLCs. On top of that, there are different types of series available for Delaware LLCs (namely, “Registered” and “Protected”) that can create additional questions and issues.

To help make sense of this sometimes-confusing topic, we’re tapping our General Counsel, Jarrod Melson, who has a wealth of personal experience working with clientele to file and structure Series LLCs and other entities.

In this 60-minute interactive session, Jarrod, will explain the purpose, benefits, and drawbacks of the Series LLC.

Register now to get answers to these common questions:

  • What does the term “Series” mean for a Series LLC?
  • What’s the difference between a registered series and a protected series?
  • How many entities can be included in a Series LLC structure?
  • Are Series LLCs recognized by all U.S. states?

PLUS – learn why the Series LLC might be destined for increased popularity starting in 2021!

In addition to these topics, we’ll be taking questions from the audience during our live Q&A session.

If you’ve ever considered a Series LLC – or even just how to structure multiple assets or lines of business – you won’t want to miss this!

Registration is limited, so register today to claim your seat!


Register Now!


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