Structuring LLC Operating Agreements: Fiduciary Duty, Indemnification, and Exculpatory Provisions
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide corporate counsel with guidance for drafting provisions in LLC operating agreements that clearly define members' and managers' fiduciary duties. The panel will also explain how indemnification, exculpation, and limitation of liability clauses can minimize risk.
- Common law and statutory duties of LLC members and managers
- Drafting fiduciary and other duties provisions in the operating agreement
- Drafting indemnification and exculpation clauses in the operating agreement
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What critical duties of managers or members should be addressed in the LLC operating agreement?
- What fiduciary or other duties cannot be contractually modified or limited in an LLC operating agreement?
- What are best practices for drafting provisions that modify or limit statutory or common law duties?
- What are best practices for drafting limitation of liability and indemnification clauses?
Louis T.M. Conti
Holland & Knight
Mr. Conti's practice includes serving as outside counsel to businesses of all sizes, mergers and acquisitions, cash... | Read More
Mr. Conti's practice includes serving as outside counsel to businesses of all sizes, mergers and acquisitions, cash flow and asset-based financings, leveraged buy-outs, mezzanine and subordinated debt transactions, public and private equity placements, venture capital and private equity investments, company governance advice, sophisticated and complex cross-border transactions, and joint ventures and strategic alliances. He has served as a special master and arbitrator in LLC disputes, and as an expert witness in connection with Florida corporate and LLC law in cases around the state. He is the co-author of "Deadlock-Breaking Mechanisms in LLCs—Flipping a Coin Is Not Good Enough, but Is Better Than Dissolution" published in Business Law Today.Close
Lisa R. Jacobs
Ms. Jacobs represents businesses and institutional and individual clients in domestic and international transnational... | Read More
Ms. Jacobs represents businesses and institutional and individual clients in domestic and international transnational matters including mergers and acquisitions to complex corporate finance, venture capital transactions, institutional and private equity financings, asset securitizations and private placements, as well as private equity fund formation and governance issues. In addition, she counsels government and sports organizations in structuring transactions. She is the co-author of "Deadlock-Breaking Mechanisms in LLCs—Flipping a Coin Is Not Good Enough, but Is Better Than Dissolution" published in Business Law Today.Close
Michael P. Maxwell
Potter Anderson & Corroon
Mr. Maxwell provides advice to clients on matters of Delaware corporate and business law for transactions involving... | Read More
Mr. Maxwell provides advice to clients on matters of Delaware corporate and business law for transactions involving alternative entities and corporations, including investment and private equity fund transactions, joint ventures, cross border transactions, mergers, acquisitions, dissolutions and restructurings. He also advises management, boards and special committees of Delaware entities on matters of operation and governance, including with respect to fiduciary duty and contractual interpretation issues. Additionally, Mr. Maxwell represents both lenders and borrowers in a variety of commercial financing transactions, including asset-based financing, real estate mortgage financings and other credit related transactions.Close