So, you have made a decision on the form of business entity, whether it is a corporation, LLC, or even a non-stock/non-profit. Like any well-oiled machine, it is not enough to set it up, now you have to keep it in working order. Corporate compliance is what you do after forming an entity to make sure the business remains in good standing with specific state law requirements. This webinar discusses how to maintain compliance with various state law requirements, including Delaware. Notice requirements and best practices on recording meetings will be reviewed, including which communications are protected by the attorney-client privilege and which ones are not. The importance of maintaining separate business and personal assets is analyzed. By-laws are analyzed, including how action is taken, whether by proxy, consents, resolutions, voter agreements, including the impact of technology on corporate action. Corporate compliance and ethics programs are discussed, including best practices; in particular, who should be a part of the reporting structure and who should not. Also discussed is whether the compliance program should be a stand-alone program or if it should be integrated into the normal business process of a company.
Rafael X. Zahralddin-Aravena is a Shareholder, Director, and Chair of his firm’s Commercial Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice. He founded the Elliott Greenleaf Delaware office in 2007, which specializes in business… Read More
Ellisa Habbart leads The Delaware Counsel Group and advises lawyers globally on the Delaware law aspects of complex transactions. Her experience spans over 25 years and has focused on cross… Read More
John Arrastia is Partner with Genovese Joblove & Battista, P.A, where he focuses his practice on domestic and international litigation, arbitrations, and appeals, with a focus on business, commercial, and insurance disputes.… Read More