Ask Me Anything About Basic Corporate Law
and M&A Transactions

The AMA format allows you to ask a subject matter expert anything about the webinar’s topic. It is intended to be a Q&A session. For context, we have listed four sample questions related to each topic.

Four Sample Questions Regarding Corporate Law:
1. Why should I care about when a contract has an indemnity provision?
2. How do I minimize risk in commercial agreements for products and services?
3. What types of provisions do you recommend be included in an Operating or Shareholders Agreement?
4. When am I required to pay income and/or sales tax in states other than where my business is located?
5. What is the Corporate Transparency Act and how do I comply?

Four Sample Questions Regarding Selling Your Business or Buying a Business:
1. What steps should I take to prepare to sell my company and maximize value?
2. When preparing to sell my company, who should be on the deal team and at what point should they get involved?
3. Why are M&A transactions more complicated than most sellers (or buyers) expect?
4. How can I minimize taxes and avoid losing control when transferring value in my company to heirs and charities?

January 25th — 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST

Online only – Zoom


For more information about this event, please click the registration link above.

John King
Doug Starcher, Nelson Mullins
Doug Starcher is the Managing Partner of the Orlando office of Nelson Mullins Broad and Cassel. He is also team leader for the firm’s Florida Corporate/M&A practice. Doug has practiced corporate law in Orlando for over 30 years, primarily walking along side entrepreneurial clients through formation, capitalization, growth and exit.
John King
Peter Schoemann, Nelson Mullins
Peter’s areas of focus include corporate and tax. His corporate practice includes formation of corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships, operating matters, private offerings, and mergers and acquisitions. Peter’s tax practice includes representation of clients with respect to corporate income tax matters (including tax–free reorganizations), partnership tax matters, tax–exempt organization matters, individual income tax matters, and state and local tax matters.