Mark Ison presented at the 2015 Tennessee Business Law Conference

Mr. Ison presented Nuts and Bolts of Professional Entities in Tennessee. The presentation provided a walk-through of the “nuts and bolts” of professional entities in Tennessee, including:

  • Tennessee law regarding the “corporate practice” of various professions
  • When to use a professional entity, and limitations on who may participate in its ownership and management
  • Liability considerations, including professional liability issues and the protection of personal assets from business liabilities and from the acts of others in the business
  • Management services and “friendly PC” arrangements involving nonprofessionals
  • Termination and buyout considerations

The conference was held May 15th at the Nashville School of Law.


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