Glaser Weil’s Jann, Soza Co-Author The Rutter Group’s 2023 California Practice Guides on Corporations and Pass-Through Entities

Glaser Weil corporate partners Matthew Jann and Jeffrey C. Soza co-authored the 2023 editions of The Rutter Group’s California Practice Guide: Corporations and California Practice Guide: Pass-Through Entities.

The fully updated 2023 practice guides contain authoritative and practical guidance regarding each stage of a business entity’s life cycle, issuance and sale of securities, operating problems, distributions, and corporate changes and dissolutions. Both California and federal courts have repeatedly identified Rutter practice guides as essential resources.

  • The California Practice Guide: Corporations provides a fully integrated approach to corporate law, federal and state securities law, and tax considerations. This practice guide provides proven strategies, tactics and tips, illustrations based on actual cases, and fully developed step-by-step procedures showing you when, where, and how to proceed.
  • The California Practice Guide: Pass-Through Entities is an ideal companion guide to the California Practice Guide: Corporations. It covers entity formation, advisement, operation, transfer of partner/member interests, mergers, conversions and dissolution. This guide discusses applicable tax law and offers a detailed outline of new rules on crowdfunding, intrastate offerings and Regulation A.

View or purchase the California Practice Guide: Corporations and California Practice Guide: Pass-Through Entities.

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  • Matthew J. Jann
    Partner and Co-chair of the Corporate Department
  • Jeffrey C. Soza

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