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Hybrid Social Enterprise Organizations

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DESCRIPTION

This webinar looks at the emergence of hybrid organizations in the United States, which are single for-profit legal entities that simultaneously serve a traditional business purpose and a social or charitable purpose. Specifically, within the past six years, more than half the U.S. jurisdictions have enacted statutes authorizing distinct types of legal entities that cater to social enterprise.

This new practical program from Bloomberg BNA, Hybrid Social Enterprise Organizations, presented by Cass Brewer, Elizabeth Carrott Minnigh and Robert Wexler, provides advisors with the latest hybrid organization forms and potential uses, new practical ideas, and very useful client explanation charts, sample clauses, and checklists.

During this recorded webinar, Brewer, Minnigh and Wexler will cover:
• Brief history of the development of hybrid organizations 
• Low-Profit Limited Liability Companies (L3Cs): Fundamentals 
• Benefit Corporations and Benefit LLCs: Fundamentals
• Flexible Purpose Corporations and Social Purpose: Fundamentals 
• Guidelines for choosing between currently available hybrid organizations
• Criticisms of the different forms of currently available hybrid organizations

Educational Objectives
• Evaluate the fundamentals of each of the currently available hybrid organization form
• Navigate through the advantages and disadvantages of each of the currently available hybrid organization forms
• Identify the best hybrid organization type for common types of social enterprise activities

SPEAKERS

CASSADY (“CASS”) V. BREWER, GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Cassady (“Cass”) V. Brewer, Assistant Professor, Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, Georgia, B.S., Vanderbilt University (1983); J.D., University of Arkansas (with highest honors, 1986); LL.M. (Taxation), New York University (1987); admitted to practice in Georgia; Past Chair, Partnership and LLC Committee, Business Law Section, State Bar of Georgia; Past Member, Executive Committee, Business Law Section, State Bar of Georgia; frequent speaker and writer on social enterprise, business law, and nonprofit tax issues. 


ELIZABETH CARROTT MINNIGH, BUCHANAN INGERSOLL & ROONEY PC

Elizabeth Carrott Minnigh, Shareholder, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, Washington, D.C., B.A., Kenyon College (cum laude and with highest honors, 1997); J.D., University of Pennsylvania (2001); LL.M. (Taxation), New York University (2007); admitted to practice in New York and the District of Columbia; co-chair of communications and co-editor of newsletter, Washington Estate Planning Council; frequent speaker and writer on social enterprise, estate planning, and nonprofit tax issues.


ROBERT A. WEXLER, ADLER & COLVIN

Robert A. Wexler, Principal, Adler & Colvin, San Francisco, California, A.B., Brown University (magna cum laude, 1982); J.D., Columbia University (1985); admitted to practice in California; Chair, American Bar Association, Tax Section, Exempt Organization Committee; Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law School, frequent speaker and writer on social enterprise and nonprofit tax issues.