LLCs Mean Limited Liability CLE
LLCs Mean Limited Liability, Right?: Things You Didn’t Think Of



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Course Description

This program was recorded on March 24, 2020

Many business owners and leaders mistakenly believe that owning and operating an LLC will shield them from liability and keep their personal assets from being at risk. Yet under the law, there are many ways that the owners and operators of businesses can still face personal liability. In this eye-opening course, The Our Shawn McBride raises your awareness of some of the most common ways the personal assets of a business owner and leader can be exposed under the law even when a business is being run as a Limited Liability Company.

Attorney R. Shawn McBrideR. Shawn McBride
The Our Shawn McBride is the business nerd and long-time business attorney that focuses on changes of ownership in businesses. He works with business owners that know their business is about more than themselves to get ready for their future within the future of business through keynotes, training, and personalized solutions. With his business clients, he commonly works on partnerships, mergers, and acquisitions, capital raises and contracts negotiations. In furtherance of his focus on the future of business, he hosts The Future Done Right(TM) Show where he collects, digests and gives lessons and insights on The Future of Business.

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  1. Why just forming an LLC doesn’t mean an owner or leader won’t have personal liability
  2. The most common ways the personal assets of an owner or leader can be attacked
  3. What to watch out for
  4. Simple strategies that owners and leaders can adopt to protect their personal assets
  5. What small changes will make a big difference in potential liability
  6. Why the smartest business owners and leaders are doing more than just forming LLCs to protect their assets