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Mar 09, 2015

David C. Roberts To Present “The Good, Bad & Ugly Of A Business Divorce” Seminar On April 16

David C. Roberts and Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., cordially invite you to a complimentary breakfast seminar that will explain your rights as a shareholder. You may feel your business partner is defrauding you by taking too much money and using the company as a personal piggy bank.  » Read More

Aug 27, 2013

Discovering Fraud By Your Business Partner: Act Now or Forever Hold Your Peace?

When you catch your partner in a breach of trust, can you ever trust him again?  And even if you can, are you better off just moving on separately, or can the relationship ever really be repaired?

It may sound like this article is discussing a marriage, but that is what a business partnership is like in some cases.  » Read More

Sep 12, 2011

Surviving Shareholder Litigation with Your Business – And Your Sanity – Intact

Shareholder litigation: Those two words designate an action that can be profoundly disruptive to a business, because the mere existence of such a pitched battle between owners can bring a closely held company to a grinding halt.

When shareholder litigation is pending, the owners obviously have issues with each other severe enough to warrant filing suit.  » Read More

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