Monday, March 31, 2008

New Legal Podcasts

Recently, a few lawyers at Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP (the law firm I work with) recorded a few new podcasts concerning various business law issues. As I believe the legal podcasts address issues that may be relevant to readers of this blog, I include information about the podcasts (and links) below.

The first legal podcast was recorded by Attorney Jim Swiderski on March 27, 2008.

This podcast introduces the listener to various techniques utilized by majority shareholders to force out troublesome minority shareholders in Wisconsin corporations. The techniques covered by Jim Swiderski include mergers (statutory, short-form, and triangular and reverse triangular), reverse stock splits, and voluntary corporate dissolutions. Click here to go to the podcast.

The second legal podcast was recorded by Attorney Mark Siler on March 28, 2008.

Mark Siler discusses the flexibility of a limited liability company (LLC) operating agreement and the Wisconsin Limited Liability Company Law (WLLCL). Despite the flexibility of this business form, additional issues may arise, as illustrated by the case Kasten v. Doral Dental USA, LLC (2007 WI 76). (Click on the case name for the written decision.) Click here to go to the podcast.

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