• Learn How to Structure Your Company to Avoid Personal Liability at Chamber Seminar May 23

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    May 09, 2019
    Clay McCollor of Knighton & Stone, PLLC to present “Avoiding Liability Through Entity Formation”
     
    The Woodlands, TX – Deciding which business structure you will choose for your company is one of the most first crucial steps to launching a business. The form of business enterprise you choose will have important consequences in terms of how your business will be managed, the personal liability of the owners, how taxes are paid and how ownership is held.  
     
    Learn from Clay McCollor of Knighton & Stone, PLLC about the different types of legal structures and how to choose the best form for your new business on Thursday, May 23 from 9-11 a.m. at The Chamber, located at 9320 Lakeside Blvd., Suite 200, The Woodlands, TX 77381.  
     
    The seminar, “Avoiding Liability Through Entity Formation” is designed for small or potential business owners and will focus on helping them limit or avoid personal liability for business debts and obligations through the use of entity formations. 
     
    McCollor, corporate and business attorney with Knighton & Stone, PLLC, specializes in securities and corporate financing, covering a wide variety of general corporate and transactional matters, securities and investment banking. He has worked in-house and in private practice, focusing on small and middle-market companies. The bulk of McCollor’s practice concentrates on domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, business structuring and restructuring, securities, real estate, corporate finance and general commercial agreements for industries such as oil and gas, industrial, retail, banking and manufacturing. 
     
    “These Chamber seminars perfectly align with The Chamber’s four core functions to advocate for your business, provide marketing and networking opportunities, serve as community and professional resource and promote charitable causes,” said Cyndi Alvarado, vice president of membership for The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce and staff liaison to The Chamber Seminar Team. “These professional resources will greatly serve our membership demographic and the community that is self-described as small business or starting businesses.”
     
    The cost is $50 and Chamber members receive a discounted rate of $25.
     
    For more information and registration, visit www.WoodlandsChamber.org or contact Cyndi Alvarado at Cyndi.Alvarado@woodlandschamber.org or 281-367-5777. To see the Chamber’s 2019 Seminar Schedule, please visit www.woodlandschamber.org/seminars.
     
    The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce is the Houston region's largest business organization representing the interests of more than 1,500 businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions. Learn more at www.WoodlandsChamber.org
     
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    Contact:
    Lauren Joerg
    (281) 367-5777
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