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Business Organizations: Incorporated Entities
Course Category: Self-Study Courses
CLE Credit: Substantive
- Agency law
- Business structures
- Incorporation procedures
- Selecting and reserving a corporation’s name
- Documenting the articles of incorporation
- Comparing state and MBCA incorporation filing
- Creating an agenda and meeting notes for the organizational meeting
- Comparing state and MBCA requirements for organizational meetings, meeting notices, and naming the corporation
- Creating a resolutions
- Distinguishing characteristics of stock and bonds
- Comparing SEC and MBCA definitions of “securities”
- Locating and examining SEC forms on EDGAR
- Comparing state statutes and the MBCA approach for: par value requirements, provisions for issuing additional stock, amending the articles of incorporation, methods of acceptable securities registration, location of state securities regulator
- Comparing state blue sky laws to the Uniform Securities Act
- Determining the life stage of publicly traded corporate stock
- Completing a stock history form
- Computing filing fees
- Determining assets, liabilities, and stockholders equity from the balance sheet
- Determining different types of quorums
- Comparing procedures to file state annual reports
- Identifying the use of forward-looking statements and safe harbors
- Examining annual report to shareholders for format and language
- Researching a nonprofit’s status, registration, and tax exempt status
- Setting up an S corporation
- Exploring virtual data rooms
- Checking MBCA requirements for a plan of merger, articles of merger, and a share exchange
- Examining MBCA requirements to revoke the dissolution of a corporation
- Section 351 Transfer Forms
- Private equity securities
- Securities industry vocabulary
- Google IPO
- Business structures: LLCs, LPs, LLPs, LLLPs
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Due Diligence
- Business courts
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No, the courses are designed as continuing education courses and may qualify as meeting continuing education requirements for professional certifications and attorney licenses. In addition, the courses may be used in the classroom to supplement formal training. However, the courses are not designed to take the place of formal paralegal training as may be available through a community college or university.