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Limited Liability Entities: State by State Guide to LLCs, LPs and LLPs
is the country's foremost authority on the state laws governing limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and limited liability partnerships.
It contains expert analysis and commentary by two of the nation's most renowned experts in this area of the law and complies statutory and case sources in an accessible manner. Authors Bradley Borden and Robert Rhee provide seven annual updates to this product, making it the most timely and comprehensive work of its kind.
Volume 1 provides a comprehensive overview of limited liability entities. It begins with a detailed review of the history and evolution of limited liability entities. It then provides an in-depth examination of the general state-law principles that govern limited liability entities, using the uniform limited liability entity laws as a basis for the discussion.
Volume 1 also provides comprehensive coverage of the tax treatment of limited liability entities.
Starting with Volume 2, the treatise provides in-depth coverage of the respective state laws that govern limited liability entity. For each state, the treatise provides commentary about the state law, including discussion of relevant case rulings. In these commentaries and when appropriate, comparisons are made to other state law and the uniform laws.
These volumes also reproduce the relevant state laws that govern limited liability entities.
Volume 2 covers the states of Alabama through Colorado
Volume 3 covers the states of Connecticut through Hawaii
Volume 4 covers the states of Idaho through Kentucky
Volume 5 covers the states of Louisiana through Minnesota
Volume 6 covers the states of Mississippi through New
Volume 7 covers the states of New Jersey through Ohio
Volume 8 covers the states of Oklahoma through South
Volume 9 covers the states of Tennessee through Vermont
Volume 10 covers the states of Virginia through Wyoming
Table of Contents
Summary of Contents
Part I. The Federal Government
Ch. 1. Judicial Review
Ch. 2. National Legislative Power
Ch. 3. Federal Executive Powers
Part II. The States (And Their Relationship to the Federal Government)
Ch. 4. State Power to Regulate Commerce
Ch. 5. Intergovernmental Immunities
Part III. Individual Rights
Ch. 6. Procedural Due Process
Ch. 7. Substantive Protection of Economic Rights
Ch. 8. Substantive Due Process: Fundamental Rights
Ch. 9. Equal Protection
Ch. 10. Freedom of Expression
Ch. 11. The Establishment Clause
Ch. 12. The Free Exercise Clause
Ch. 13. The Second Amendment
Ch. 14. State Action
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