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The accepted authority in New York.
This is a nine-volume, practice-oriented guide for New York practitioners who encounter issues of corporate law in their practice. It provides guidance on how to proceed with setting up, running, and terminating businesses in New York, and includes important information pertaining to the tax implications of the use of the corporate entities, their operation and termination. Coverage includes references to relevant state and federal cases, New York statutes, and federal statutes. Topics covered include pre-incorporation planning, mechanics of incorporation, rights of shareholders, purchase and sale of business, LLCs, not-for-profits, S corporations, state securities regulations, federal and state tax law.
White, New York Business Entities provides a comprehensive analysis of the Business Corporation Law, Limited Liability Company Law, and Not-for-Profit Corporation Law as well as other related statutory provisions. There is in-depth coverage of all recent amendments and decisions. Also included in this publication: federal tax analysis covering everything from pre-incorporation planning to sale or liquidation and dissolution; a discussion of securities regulation under the Martin Act, including broker-dealer registration, investor advisor registration, exemptions, and enforcement; and official forms and pleading forms most frequently encountered in corporate practice.