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Wisconsin's New Business Entity Law 2022

Product ID: CA3338R3
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Wisconsin’s New Business Entity Law

Endorsed by the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Changes are coming in Wisconsin that will streamline, modernize, and bring into uniformity five chapters of business entity law. The new law will adopt the Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (RULPA) and the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (RULLCA) and make modifications to Wisconsin’s partnership law and the law governing corporations.

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Member $99.00

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Credits

1 CLE

Date and Time

Tuesday, May 17, 202212:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 5/17/2022 12:00:00 PM 5/17/2022 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago Wisconsin's New Business Entity Law 2022

Wisconsin’s New Business Entity Law

Endorsed by the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Changes are coming in Wisconsin that will streamline, modernize, and bring into uniformity five chapters of business entity law. The new law will adopt the Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (RULPA) and the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (RULLCA) and make modifications to Wisconsin’s partnership law and the law governing corporations.

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Wisconsin’s New Business Entity Law

Endorsed by the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Changes are coming in Wisconsin that will streamline, modernize, and bring into uniformity five chapters of business entity law. The new law will adopt the Revised Uniform Limited Partnership Act (RULPA) and the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (RULLCA) and make modifications to Wisconsin’s partnership law and the law governing corporations.

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Sponsored By

Randal J. Brotherhood is a shareholder at Meissner, Tierney, Fisher & Nichols in Milwaukee and has more than thirty years of experience representing businesses and their owners in a wide variety of industries and settings. Randy represents business clients both on a day-to-day general counsel basis and as a strategic adviser for particular transactions, including acquisition transactions and joint ventures. Randy regularly functions as a member of his clients upper management teams in providing timely and experienced guidance to protect their interests. Randy is a frequent lecturer and author on a variety of business-related legal topics.

Thomas J. Nichols is a shareholder at Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols S.C. in Milwaukee. Over the course of his 40-plus year career, he has represented a great number of businesses in many different industries, as well as participating in the drafting and development of business and tax statutes and policy at both the state and federal levels. He is well versed in both business entity law (e.g. corporations, LLCs and partnerships) and tax law (e.g. S corp, C corp, partnership and other income tax, self-employment tax, estate tax), as well as other issues involved in structuring of business ventures.

Adam J. Tutaj is a shareholder at Meissner, Tierney, Fisher & Nichols in Milwaukee and concentrates his practice in the areas of business, tax and health law. Since joining the firm in 1999, he has developed his practice as "general counsel to clients in a wide range of industries, including: manufacturing concerns, physician groups, dental practices, real estate developers, and tax-exempt organizations of all sizes. Adam is a frequent speaker and author on the issues of tax law, health law, and business transactions, and is a regular columnist for CCH's Journal of Passthrough Entities.

  • Get a first look at changes to the law so you can anticipate how they will impact your clients
  • Determine whether to form new business entities under the new or old law before it takes effect in January
  • Hear insights from practitioners who worked directly with legislative authors and the Legislative Reference Bureau to develop the new law
  • Business lawyers
  • Tax lawyers
  • Certified public accountants
  • General practitioners

Business Law Section Discount

Business Law Section members save $20 on tuition for webcasts of this program!

The Business Law Section member tuition discount only applies to live webcast and webcast replay versions of this seminar – not CLE OnDemand. Business Law Section members using Ultimate Passes, other CLE passes, or other discounts are not eligible for this offer. The Business Law Section may discontinue this discount at any time.

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