Farmers Insurance Agent Presentation


Attorney Douglas Schreiber is a highly respected legal professional with extensive experience in the formation of business entities, such as corporations and limited liability companies and the operational and other issues they encounter.  He is a partner at Hymes, Schreiber and Walden, LLP, a prominent law firm located in Los Angeles, California. Attorney Schreiber also has a wealth of experience in dealing with complex business litigation and business entity operational and contractual issues.  His expertise is highly sought after by clients ranging from small businesses to large corporations.

Recently, Attorney Schreiber was invited to speak to a group of Farmers Insurance agents from District 44 about the various forms of business entities and the importance and benefits achieved by operating one’s business in a corporate or limited liability format. During his presentation, he shared valuable insights and practical advice on why one might choose to operate in a corporate or limited liability company format as opposed to a sole proprietorship.

One of the key points that Attorney Schreiber emphasized was the liability and tax benefits that can be achieved by conducting business under a corporate or limited liability structure, particularly when compared to that of a sole proprietorship. He also stressed that to maintain the liability protection afforded by a corporate or limited liability company structure, one had to treat those as the separate legal entities they are and not do such things as commingling individual assets or funds with those of the business.

Attorney Douglas Schreiber delivered a highly informative and engaging presentation to the Farmers Insurance agents, providing valuable insights and practical advice that they not only could immediately implement for their own businesses but could use to provide added value to their clients.

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