‘It’s not millionaires hiding money’: Inside the use of LLCs by high-profile CFB coaches, from its roots to legal protection
Published July 4, 2019
Operating with an LLC or similar business can also shield a coach during potential litigation.
Rogge Dunn, a Dallas-based attorney, said he once set up a similar company for a coach to operate summer camps. If something disastrous happened, the corporation was liable to get sued, not the coach himself.
Read the entire article in The Dallas Morning News.