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Top 10 Things to Negotiate for Minority Members of an LLC: Five Takeaways - Business Law News

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Posted on: May 1, 2019

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By Brock Easton, Alerding Castor LLP

Here are five of the top things our panel of speakers believes counsel should negotiate for minority members of an LLC:

  1. The type of interest the minority member will receive;
  2. Governance interests (e.g., decisions, duties, and disputes); 
  3. Economic interests (e.g., capital calls, dilution, distributions, and waterfalls);
  4. Tag-along rights upon the sale of the company; and
  5. Liquidation preference.

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