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Advising the Corporate Client: Keys to Successful Cooperatives, LLCs, and Closely Held Corporations

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Become more familiar with the unique cooperative business model and manager and prevent disagreements between shareholders and members of an LLC with these enhanced course materials. Read More ↓

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Become more familiar with the unique cooperative business model and manager and prevent disagreements between shareholders and members of an LLC with these enhanced course materials. Read More ↓

89 pages

Taken from the PINNACLE webinars "Working with Cooperatives in Wisconsin 2020" and "Avoiding Shareholder & LLC Member Litigation 2019"

Jeffrey M. Glazer is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the U.W. Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic. Prior to teaching at the Law School, he worked in private practice for a number of boutique law firms in business litigation, intellectual property, and creditors’ rights.

Ronald D. McFall is an experienced business lawyer who has represented numerous cooperatives and other producer-owned businesses in a wide range of complex restructuring, merger and acquisition, and joint venture transactions.

Adam D. Schurle is a tax partner in the Minneapolis office of Stoel Rives LLP. He counsels on a variety of federal and state tax issues, including entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, and energy tax credit transactions. A significant portion of Adam’s practice relates to cooperative tax issues.

Maria Sobrido is currently a law student at the University of Wisconsin Law School and a Student Associate with the Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic. She hopes to develop a Cooperative practice after graduation.

Kevin Palmersheim is the managing shareholder of Palmersheim Dettmann, S.C., where his practice is concentrated in the areas of business law and litigation. His trial work has included numerous jury trials on business issues in state and federal courts, and he has successfully argued cases in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, Wisconsin Supreme Court, and Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Kevin has been recognized as one of the best Wisconsin business lawyers by Milwaukee Magazine, as one of Dane County’s best business lawyers by Madison Magazine, and as a “Leader in the Law” by the Wisconsin Law Journal. Kevin is a past president of the Dane County Bar Association and has also served on the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Board of Governors as well its Executive Committee. In addition to his legal practice, Kevin is a writer and editor on a variety of legal and non-legal topics, and he frequently lectures to lawyers, accountants and other professional and academic groups on topics relating to business and law. He received his J.D. and M.B.A. from the University of Wisconsin in 1992.

Working with Cooperatives in Wisconsin (June 2020)

Avoid Shareholder/LLC Member Litigation:  Incorporate Preemptive Advice and Beware of the Long Arm of the Bylaw (September 2019)

Appendix A: Selected Official Forms: Department of Financial Institutions — Corporations Section

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