John`s article proposes four main types of provisions aimed at avoiding the blockages that should be considered in LLC`s corporate agreements with two members, including provisions relating to dispute resolution, “shotgun” buy and sell a/k/a “Texas Shoot-out,” sale of the company, and drag-along/tag-along. The book contains 71 chapters on LLC creation issues and related topics, 29 general-purpose model operating agreements, four special model operating agreements (including, for example, model operating agreements for serial LLCs), and dozens of “charging provisions,” to tailor corporate agreements to the unique legal and tax needs of certain LLC members and managers. The Design of Operating Contracts for Limited Liability Companies is the only forms and practice manual for Limited Liability Companies (“LLC”) that comprehensively and demandingly handles the entire process of planning, negotiating and organizing LLC corporate agreements and LLC training management. The book is written for both lawyers inexperienced in LLC`s founding practice and those who are LLC experts. More seriously, John, as one of the country`s leading experts, has forged a niche practice for setting up limited liability companies and organizing LLC operating contracts…