Business Organizations: Noncorporate Entities

Business Organizations: Noncorporate Entities

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Overview
CLE Hours: 
20.0
CLE Credit: 
Substantive
Course Level: 
Advanced
Prerequisite: 
Knowledgeable in general business law. Familiarity with state constitutions and statutes, practice and procedure forms, internet research, basic taxation, basic litigation, agency law, contracts, liability, and remedies will be advantageous.
Fees: 
$250 for Members and $300 for Nonmembers
Course Materials: 
Each module contains an audio/text lecture with slides to illustrate the lecture points. A test covering the module lecture is at the end of each module. The course features a full glossary.

This course presents essential concepts related to the historical development, governing law, formation, operation, taxation, and advantages and disadvantages of nonincorporated business entities. In this course, you will learn the essential concepts of noncorporate business organizations. You’ll examine the unique features of each type of organization and prepare a practical reference chart. Building on what you’ve learned, you’ll research business processes from selection and formation to taxation, dissolution, and dissociation. Through scenario-based activities and case studies, you’ll increase your expertise with laws and concepts concerning noncorporate entities nationwide and in your area particularly.