Byron Egan and Zachary Ward to Present on Texas and Delaware LLC Laws

July 27, 2021 | Attorney News



As more businesses choose to form an LLC in Texas, Jackson Walker attorneys Byron Egan and Zachary Ward will present a one-hour CLE webinar discussing the distinctive aspects of LLC laws, including certain fundamental provisions of Texas Business Organizations Code (BOC) and the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act.

Event Information

“Critical Distinctions Between Texas and Delaware LLC Law: Comparing and Contrasting Relevant Texas and Delaware Statutes”
Tuesday, August 3, 2021
12 p.m. CT | 1 p.m. ET
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Meet the Speakers

Byron EganByron F. Egan regularly handles business combinations of corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships, including mergers and acquisitions, purchases and sales of stock, and other equity interests, and sales and exchanges of assets. He also handles the related entity governance and structure issues. In 2020, Byron published the third edition of EGAN ON ENTITIES: Corporations, Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies in Texas, a treatise on the Texas Business Organizations Code. Byron is the only attorney to have received the Burton Award for Legal Achievement four times and is consistently recognized among the top corporate and M&A lawyers in Texas by a number of publications. Also, he was honored in 2019 as Chair Emeritus of the State Bar of Texas’ Choice, Governance & Acquisition of Entities Course, which he co-founded in 2002.

Zachary WardZachary P. Ward is a tax transactional and M&A attorney who prepares for and defends proxy contests and other proxy-related matters. He also assists the group in the drafting of various documents, including LLC membership interest transfer agreements for member disposition and tax purposes, and purchase agreements for various prospective portfolio acquisitions and dispositions. Zach has written advisory memorandums concerning the legal, tax and employment implications surrounding the creation of a foreign business entities for a U.S. corporation or limited liability company.