Piercing the Single Member LLC

$195.00

Re-Broadcast on September 20, 2017

Single member limited liability companies are popular alternatives to corporations and sole proprietorships because they offer flexibility and protection from personal liability. Recent cases, however, have exposed members of single member LLCs in various states to personal liability in a variety of contexts. In this course, we will examine the factors courts consider in deciding to pierce the LLC veil to apply alter ego liability as well as strategies to avoid piercing.

This course is co-sponsored by the Federal Bar Association.

Key topics to be discussed:

•   Identify the key factors courts in treating a member as the alter ego of a single member LLC veil
•   Overview of recent trends in key jurisdictions like Texas, California, New York and Delaware
•   Describe strategies for drafting operating agreements and running the business to avoid the risk of veil piercing

Date / Time: September 20, 2017

•   2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Eastern
•   1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Central
•   12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mountain
•   11:00 am – 1:00 pm Pacific

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Re-Broadcast on September 20, 2017

Elizabeth S. Fenton, Esq. is a partner in the Wilmington, DE office of Saul Ewing LLP. She helps established, start-up and emerging companies across numerous industries, including energy, health care and venture capital/private equity, address disputes that tend to escalate into litigation. This includes disagreements involving the direction and control of the business, protections against legal claims, financial responsibilities, and attempts to pierce the corporate and LLC veils.

Elizabeth serves as a judge pro tempore for the Commerce Program in Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, where she assists in pre-trial dispute resolution efforts. Her trial experience includes cases before the Delaware Chancery Court, several Pennsylvania state and federal courts, as well as alternative dispute resolution tribunals. She also handles internal investigations, self-disclosures, and related proceedings before the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and the Federal Trade Commission.

Elizabeth is a graduate of Brown University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School. A longtime leader in the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, she currently serves as a member of the Young Litigator’s Task Force and the Strategic Planning Committee. She also is a Barrister in the Rodney American Inn of Court, Co-Chair of the Community Legal Services’ Leadership Council, Co-chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association Business Litigation Committee, and a Member of the Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia.

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Section I. Overview of the doctrine of veil piercing

Section II. Discussion of specific cases in the single-member LLC context

Section III. Recent trends in key jurisdictions

Section IV. Drafting tips and best practices for operating the single member LLC to avoid veil-piercing

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