For those interested in the most recent developments in the Delaware law of LLCs and well as a review of recent Delaware corporate cases, the ABA is sponsoring a seminar that will be presented by teleconference on October 14 at 1:00p.m. EST. The presentation is based on articles appearing in the current issue of the ABA publication called Business Law Today (not to be confused with the ABA’s Business Lawyer publication).
The two articles that will be the bases for the presentation are:
- Delaware Corporate Decisions: Key Cases from Early 2009,, by Kevin F. Brady and Francis G.X. Pileggi,
- Delaware LLCs: The Wave of the Future and Advising Your Clients About What to Expect, by Peter J. Walsh, Jr. and Dominick T. Gattuso
Here is information about registering for the one-hour teleconference-seminar scheduled for October 14 at 1:00pm EST. An overview of the presentation follows:
Delaware corporate law governs most publicly held corporations and also influences the corporate law of many states. With an increase in the use of limited liability companies, and in light of the paucity of court decisions on LLCs compared with corporate law, the growing number of Delaware decisions interpreting LLC issues is of great importance to business lawyers. This teleconference and live audio webcast will offer updated information on recent court decisions concerning LLCs and corporate law, as well as recent statutory developments on these important issues.
Topics to be covered include:
Decisions from the Delaware courts on corporate law during the first half of 2009
Key rulings that business lawyers and business litigators need to be familiar with.
What to expect regarding recent amendments to the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act
Francis G. X. Pileggi (Moderator), Partner, Fox Rothschild LLP, Wilmington, DE
Kevin F. Brady, Partner, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz LLP, Wilmington, DE
Eric N. Feldman, Partner, Potter Anderson & Corroon, LLP, Wilmington, DE
Dominick T. Gattuso, Special Counsel, Proctor Heyman LLP, Wilmington, DE