Roland has been a member of the Georgia Bar since 1994. Roland’s practice includes representing electric cooperatives and related entities in corporate, finance and regulatory matters, negotiating and drafting contracts, including construction contracts, and handling complex business transactions and commercial litigation. Roland has represented and advised clients including Georgia System Operations Corporation, Georgia Transmission Corporation, many Georgia electric membership corporations, H&M Company, Lincoln Property Company, the Georgia Department of Transportation, Gwinnett County, Georgia, and the City of Milledgeville.
Roland primarily works out of the firm’s Northeast Atlanta (Tucker) Office.
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When a group interested in forming a cooperative is deciding between a cooperative structured as a corporation and a cooperative structured as an LLC, the group often has questions about the differences in the required formation documents and the ability to structure the documents in a way that accomplishes the group’s vision. In this series
This final post in the series addresses sales of preferred shares. Unlike common shares, preferred shares can offer dividends and in most states, can be sold to both members and non-members. Preferred shares offer cooperatives an opportunity to obtain funds from investors for specific projects or for general expenditures. However, because preferred shares are treated