Michigan Corporation Law With Federal Tax Analysis
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This two-volume treatise provides a practice-oriented guide for Michigan practitioners who encounter issues of corporate law in their practices. It provides guidance on how to form, operate and terminate businesses in Michigan and provides important information on the tax implications associated with each of the different types of corporate entities.
Specific topics covered include pre-incorporation planning; the mechanics of incorporation; shareholders' rights; the purchase, sale and dissolution of businesses; LLCs; S corporations; state securities regulations; and federal and state tax law. Each chapter includes commentary, practice tips and references to relevant state and federal case law, Michigan statutes and federal statutes, including the Internal Revenue Code. In addition, Volume 2 contains a number of useful forms.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Preincorporation Planning and Procedure
Chapter 2 Incorporation Planning and Procedure
Chapter 3 The SubChapter S Election
Chapter 4 Voting By Shareholders
Chapter 5 Methods of Compensating the Executive
Chapter 6 The Corporate Balance Sheet
Chapter 7 Dividends: Tax and Nontax Problems
Chapter 8 RESERVED
Chapter 9 Problems and Procedures in Shifting Shareholder Control and Bailing Out of a Going Business
Chapter 10 Liabilities for Unlawful Dividend and Redemption Distributions By a Corporation
Chapter 11 Dividing the Corporate Enterprise
Chapter 12 Purchase, Sale and Conversion of a Corporate Business
Chapter 13 When and How to Amend the Articles and Bylaws
Chapter 14 Corporate Liquidation and Dissolution
Chapter 15 Invoking the Appraisal and Buy-Out Remedy of Dissenting Shareholder
Chapter 16 Michigan Securities Law and Procedure
Chapter 17 The Transfer of Corporate Stock
Chapter 18 Debt Financing
Chapter 18A Limited Liability Companies
Chapter 19 Professional Service Entities
Chapter 20 Changes in Capital Structure
Chapter 21 Federal Securities Regulation