Sabin to Present at 2021 VLAA LLC Clinic
On December 4, 2021, Brian J. Sabin, a shareholder in the Capes Sokol Business and Finance, and Real Estate Practice Areas, will give a presentation on the basics of limited liability companies at an LLC Clinic organized by St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts (“VLAA”).
Whether you’re thinking about forming a limited liability company or already have one, find out if this business structure really is for you. Brian will cover all the basics, including how to form and run an LLC, operating agreements, when you can be held personally liable, and how LLCs are taxed.
About the VLAA
VLAA connects artists and arts organizations of every discipline with accountants and lawyers who donate their time and expertise to help their clients navigate the complicated world of finance and law. VLAA also provides information and skills training designed to help the arts community develop sound business practices.
Brian, as well as other Capes Sokol attorneys, regularly represent artists referred by VLAA as pro bono clients as part of Capes Sokol’s commitment to the St. Louis community.
About Brian J. Sabin
Brian counsels businesses on many legal matters, throughout all stages of their lifecycle, from entity formation and startup, to maturity and disposition. He has played a leading role navigating clients through complex, high-stakes business divorces. He also advises employees and businesses regarding non-compete agreements throughout the United States. In addition to representing for-profit businesses, Brian advises prominent non-profit organizations throughout the St. Louis region.
Capes Sokol is a St. Louis-based law firm focusing on corporate and real estate matters; business, commercial, intellectual property, and product liability litigation; employment law; tax litigation and controversy; white collar criminal defense; trusts and estates; entertainment and media; and digital currency and blockchain technology.
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