Norman Powell Joins the TriBar Opinion Committee
Norman M. Powell of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor has accepted an invitation to join the TriBar Opinion Committee. The below is excerpted from the firm’s press release:
The “TriBar”, which at its founding consisted of certain members of the New York City, County, and State Bar Associations, has evolved to include members of the bar associations of Boston, California, Chicago, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Throughout its history, TriBar has prepared a number of influential reports on third-party legal opinions, including Third-Party “Closing” Opinions, 53 Bus. Law. 591 (1998), Special Report of the TriBar Opinion Committee: U.C.C. Security Interest Opinions – Revised Article 9, 58 Bus. Law. 1449 (2003), Third Party Closing Opinions: Limited Liability Companies, 61 Bus. Law 679 (2006), Supplemental TriBar LLC Opinion Report: Opinions on LLC Membership Interests, 66 Bus. Law. 1065 (2011), and Third-Party Closing Opinions: Limited Partnerships, 73 Bus. Law. 1107 (2018). The current projects of the TriBar include updated guidance on opinions concerning limited liability companies, and bring down opinions.
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