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21 - United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia

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Jul 24, 2013 ... The instant proceeding was commenced by EastJun Cooperative,. LLC (“EastJun ”) in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.

How A Worker Co-op Structured as a LLC Can Retain Earnings ...

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Jul 1, 2015 ... Meet Cathy, the Cooperative Development Institute's new answerwoman! She can take on any co-op questions you might have, big or small.

Choice of Entity - Co-opLaw.org

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Cooperatives that are not Cooperatives; Choosing an Entity for a Worker-Owned Business. Cooperative Corporation or LLC? Naming the business; Employment ...

Legal Entity Options for Worker Cooperatives | Grassroots Economic ...

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Until a worker co-op forms a legal entity, every worker owner will be ... Some states that have special co-op corporation laws do not allow an LLC to use "co-op " ...

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Burrow - US Bankruptcy Court

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The property subject to foreclosure is titled to Chickasaw Properties, LLC. (“ Chickasaw”). ..... 2013); see also Eastjun Coop., LLC v. Spike Club LLC (In re Wilson) ...

Limited Liability Companies as Worker Cooperatives - Educators for ...

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A worker cooperative may choose to establish itself as a limited liability company (LLC). An LLC is an unincorporated business organization whose members do ...

Center for Cooperatives | University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Like other businesses, cooperatives typically incorporate as a legal entity ... (C or S), Limited Liability Company (LLC), Partnership, Sole Proprietor, NonProfit.