Close corporations in the age of LLCs

Larry Ribstein —  13 October 2010

On Friday I’m joining Eric Gouvin, Lyman Johnson, Mark Loewenstein, Bob Thompson, Dan Kleinberger, Benjamin Means, Doug Moll, Deborah DeMott and Massachusetts Justice Francis X. Spina at a Western New England College conference on “Fiduciary Duties in the Closely Held Firm 35 Years after Wilkes v. Springside Nursing.”  Not surprisingly, I’ll be talking about the impact of LLCs on this old law.  Believe it or not, I conclude that LLCs are a better approach.  The article will be online soon.  In the meantime, you can get a feel for my approach by reading the book.

Larry Ribstein

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Professor of Law, University of Illinois College of Law

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