Choose the Best Entity for Your Purposes
Course book included with all formats
LLC or S-Corporation... What's the best choice? Examine the advantages and disadvantages, management and operational issues of each entity, so you can effectively advise your client on which route to take. Order today!
All times are shown in Eastern time
BRADFORD E. BLOCK is the principal of the Law Offices of Bradford E. Block in Northbrook. He has been an attorney for more than 35 years and practices in the areas of business formation, mergers and acquisitions, not-for-profit organizations, private foundations, equity financing, tax law, and the preparation and negotiation of corporate and technology contracts. Mr. Block has lectured to various professional groups on matters related to limited liability companies, partnerships, business transactions, S-corporations, and tax exempt organizations. He is a former adjunct professor of business planning and partnership law at DePaul University. Mr. Block is also a commercial mediator and a member of the Association of Attorney Mediators. He earned his B.S. degree from the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce at the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. degree from DePaul University College of Law.
MARK V. JORDAN is an attorney with Bracepoint Law, P.S. Mr. Jordan is the former chair of a major Seattle law firm’s intellectual property practice group and is an expert on commercial and corporate law, intellectual property, and international business transactions. He also maintains expertise in formation options for startups and established businesses (including limited liability companies), angel and venture capital investment, and organizational governance. In his career, Mr. Jordan has tried, arbitrated and mediated numerous commercial cases (both plaintiffs and defendants) and practices primarily before the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington. He co-wrote with Philip A. Talmadge the book, Attorney Fees in Washington, published by Lodestar Publishing. He has been appointed a Rule 39.1 neutral by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington and serves as an arbitrator for King County Superior Court. Mr. Jordan earned his J.D. degree from Gonzaga University School of Law and his LL.M. (international and comparative law) degree from Notre Dame Law School. He served as Advisory Board president of Catholic Community Services - Legal Action Center, Pacific Northwest Blues in the Schools, and provides pro bono services to several other non-profit groups.