Tim Monahan to Present ACTION Innovation Network Webinar on Doing Business in the U.S.

Tim Monahan will present a webinar on “Doing Business in the U.S.: An Overview of Corporations and Limited Liability Companies” for the ACTION Innovation Network at 9 a.m. on December 3.

The webinar will focus on how companies can structure or form their businesses, as different business entities, such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability corporations (LLCs), corporations and joint ventures, can have different effects on income taxes, business continuity and legal liability exposure. Tim will also discuss the documents that need to be filed, corporate governance matters, and nondisclosure and noncompete agreements.

You can learn more about ACTION Innovation Network’s “Doing Business in the U.S.: An Overview of Corporations and Limited Liability Companies” webinar and register for it here.

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Timothy C. Monahan

Tim Monahan focuses his practice in the arena of business and finance. With over ten years of experience, Tim has gained the knowledge and skill set to confidently assist clients in a varying range of issues. Tim represents lenders and borrowers in all types of financing transactions, including asset-based financing, real estate financing,general commercial financing, construction financing, issuance of credit enhancements in bond transactions, participations, and intercreditor transactions.

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Tim Monahan focuses his practice in the arena of business and finance. With over ten years of experience, Tim has gained the knowledge and skill set to confidently assist clients in a varying range of issues. Tim represents lenders and borrowers in all types of financing transactions, including asset-based financing, real estate financing,general commercial financing, construction financing, issuance of credit enhancements in bond transactions, participations, and intercreditor transactions.

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