Friday, November 30, 2012

How has limited liability corporation law changed in NJ?

If your business is a limited liability corporation in New Jersey, or you're thinking about filing to become one, you should take note of significant changes recently made to the state's LLC law.

The amendments, which mark the first major overhaul of the LLC law since its enactment in 1993, are designed to keep pace with other states by providing for greater flexibility in New Jersey's LLC business model. 

In an alert to their law firm's clients and friends, Wolff Samson attorneys Laurence M. Smith and Junie Hahn detail what's new in the LLC law. You'll find their complete report here.

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