Choice of Entity: Limited Liability Companies

The Kranzberg

501 N. Grand

St. Louis, MO 63103

(314) 549-9990 ext. 105

On Saturday, May 7, Alfred J. Ludwig will present to the St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts (VLAA) on the benefits of forming a business entity for musicians and artists. He'll explain common business entity forms, such as a corporation and limited liability company, and he will discuss the implications of selecting an entity.

St. Louis Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts (VLAA) connects artists and arts organizations with accountants and lawyers who donate their time and expertise to help their clients navigate the complicated world of finance and law. VLAA also provides information and skills training designed to help the arts community develop sound business practices.

Al is an experienced business advisor, providing pragmatic and custom-tailored solutions to further his clients’ business objectives. He has a deep understanding of various entity forms, including corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships, and non-profit entities. He advises his business clients throughout the corporate life cycle, from startup and formation to devising exit strategies. In between, Al counsels clients on compliance, governance, growth, investments and capital raises, securities matters, and all aspects of contractual relationships, among other matters. His clients include public and private companies, private equity firms, banks and non-bank debt investors, non-profit organizations, startup and mature growth companies, and other institutional investors.