Organizing, Financing, and Advising a Massachusetts Business addresses a variety of formational, operational, and legal aspects of a Massachusetts business entity, most of which are commonly the province of both in-house counsel and lawyers for corporations. Chapters touch on critical aspects of the choice of entity, taxation, fiduciary duties of officers and directors, allocation of interests, contracting with and compensating employees, real estate and environmental issues, antitrust considerations, the disposition of proprietary property, venture capital, and debt financing, going public, and dissolution. Designed for beginning transactionalists and business generalists, as well as lawyers with some experience tackling legal challenges across an organization's life cycle.
Thank you for adding this first edition of Organizing, Financing, and Advising a Massachusetts Business to your business law resources. MCLE is pleased to present this book as a practical guide in the formation, operation, and counseling of Massachusetts business entities. This new edition incorporates content from three previous MCLE business publication— A Practical Guide to Massachusetts Closely Held Business Organizations, Advising a Massachusetts Business, and Financing a Massachusetts Business —which are being retired from MCLE's collection.
Inside, you will find practical and current information that will serve your practice and augment your library holdings. Here are just a few of the hundreds of topics included in this book:
We at MCLE trust that you will find this information useful in your practice and valuable in keeping your business and commercial law library current.
Very truly yours,
Maryanne G. Jensen, Esq., Director of Publications