Will Your Startup Require Significant Outside Capital? Consider C Corp!

February 21, 2019 Published Works

On February 21, Maine Venture Fund published an article authored by business and corporate attorney Gregory Fryer, "Will Your Startup Require Significant Outside Capital? Consider C Corp!" Greg touches on the reason for choosing an LLC, but mainly discusses the benefits of choosing a C corp as the legal entity for launching a new business.

To learn about the key benefits to a C corp, visit the Maine Venture Fund website here.

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Establishment of Non-Depository Trust for National Company

Verrill served as special counsel to a national firm in the chartering and licensing of a Maine non-depository trust company as the client’s wholly-owned subsidiary. Non-depository trust companies are highly regulated, and the matter...

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Developing Opportunities: The Ins and Outs of New Opportunity Zones and their Tax Benefits

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Online Education Services Provider Acquisition

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Helping Non-Depository Trust Companies Do Business in Other States

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39 Verrill Attorneys Named 2019 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

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Is a Benefit Corporation Right for You?

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Heating Oil and HVAC Systems Acquisitions

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National Science Foundation SBIR/STTR Funding Workshop

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Spring Meeting Reception

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Allagash becomes Maine’s First Benefit Corporation

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