The documents in this website, which you can access by clicking on the links in the numbered paragraphs below, are as follows:
Link 1. Blog posts. On June 18, 2012, Governor Lynch signed into law a radical revision of the New Hampshire Limited Liability Company Act. The title of the new act (which I'll refer in this website as the "New Act") is "the Revised New Hampshire Limited Liability Company Act." I am publishing a series of articles for New Hampshire business people about the New Act in the New Hampshire Business Review and other New Hampshire publications. To access these articles and my other blog posts about the New Act, click on the "Blog posts" link in this Paragraph 1.
Link 2. My bio. This freely downloadable PDF document provides my professional biography and my contact information.
Link 3. My New Hampshire LLC forms. This freely downloadable PDF document provides an introduction to the 28 model operating agreements ("forms") that I have developed for use in forming New Hampshire LLCs under the current New Hampshire Limited Liability Company (the "Old Act") and the New Act.
- This introduction contains tables that identify all of these 28 forms. By clicking on any of the links in the left-column of any row of any of these tables, you can open and review a PDF of the form covered by that link and evaluate the form.
- The introduction also contains guidelines for choosing among the forms and for using them in LLC formations.
If you want to purchase any of my forms, please do the following:
- Send me an e-mail at email@example.com or call me at (603) 856-7172.
- Let me know in your e-mail or call which forms you want to purchase or that you wish to purchase all of them.
- Mail a check for your purchase, made out to me, to my law firm, Law Offices of John M. Cunningham, PLLC, at 2 Kent Street, Concord, NH 03301.
As soon as I hear from you, I will have my firm e-mail you the forms you want. The price of each individual form is $49.00. The price of all 28 forms as a set is $399.00.
Link 4. Free copy of the book. I have recently completed an eleven-chapter, 150-page book on the New Act entitled "John Cunningham on New Hampshire's New LLC Act." The book:
By clicking on the link that begins this Paragraph 4, you can download a PDF version of the book:
- Comprehensively compares the Old and New Acts; and
- Discusses the practical implications of the New Act for New Hampshire lawyers, accountants and business people.
Link 5. The text of the Old Act. This freely downloadable Word document consists of the text of the Old Act, together with an automated summary table of contents and an automated detailed table of contents. If you download this document and you want to access any specific division or section of the act, point your cursor on any item in either of these tables of contents, hold down the "control" key and left-click your mouse. This will take you immediately to the division or section you want.
Link 6. The text of the New Act. This freely downloadable Word document consists of the text of the New Act. It, too, has an automated summary table of contents and an automated detailed table of contents.
Link 7. New Hampshire LLC formation checklist. This freely downloadable PDF document lists the 35 legal and tax tasks that should normally be performed in providing comprehensive LLC formation services to New Hampshire clients under the Old and New Acts.
Link 8. Checklist of issues to address in initial contacts between LLC lawyers and their clients. This freely downloadable PDF checklist identifies the 16 principal issues that New Hampshire lawyers should normally address in initial contacts with New Hampshire LLC formation clients.
Link 9. John Cunningham on LLC Operating Agreements. This blog provides practice tips and a practice forum for LLC lawyers in New Hampshire and other states.
Link 10. John Cunningham's LLC Library. This website provides extensive information and documents about LLC law and tax.
Link 11. Forms for use in electing to be covered by New Hampshire's new LLC act during 2013. The forms in the links below are merely starting points. LLC members should not use these forms unless they first consult with their lawyers.