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The Texas Series LLC Turns 10: A Series of Remaining Questions and Updates on the New Uniform Protected Series Act and Changes in Delaware

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The Texas Series LLC is a great tool for specific situations, but practitioners should be wary of the continuing distinction between an entity and its series. A brief examination of remaining questions and issues practitioners should consider before using a series in Texas and how the series interacts with other areas of law. A Uniform Protected Series Act is making its way through the states and seeks to resolve several of the supposed weaknesses in series law. A brief examination of how Texas compares to the new model code and what practitioners may want to know as more states adopt it. Delaware now allows for the creation of a "registered series." An update for practitioners on whether this might be a solution for open questions in Texas.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 0.75
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Civil Appellate Law | Civil Trial Law | Tax Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 8/31/2021

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K. "Andy" Tiwari

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Session 1 — 44 mins, credit 0.75
The Texas Series LLC Turns 10: A Series of Remaining Questions and Updates on the New Uniform Protected Series Act and Changes in Delaware (Aug 2019)

The Texas Series LLC is a great tool for specific situations, but practitioners should be wary of the continuing distinction between an entity and its series. A brief examination of remaining questions and issues practitioners should consider before using a series in Texas and how the series interacts with other areas of law. A Uniform Protected Series Act is making its way through the states and seeks to resolve several of the supposed weaknesses in series law. A brief examination of how Texas compares to the new model code and what practitioners may want to know as more states adopt it. Delaware now allows for the creation of a "registered series." An update for practitioners and a brief examination of whether this might be a solution for open questions in Texas.

Originally presented at: Jul 2019 LLCs, LPs and Partnerships

K. "Andy" Tiwari, Tiwari, PLLC - Helotes, TX

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