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Sep 06, 2017

Overcome Your Nagging Doubts About Business Divorce Litigation

You likely came across this article if you Googled the term “shareholder dispute.”  However, it is just as likely that you Googled the term “business divorce.”  One business owner suing the other(s) to be bought out, or some other escape, is often rightly referred to as business divorce because it is analogous to a divorce among spouses in obvious ways.  » Read More

Sep 30, 2015

A Sealed Bid Auction May Be the Best Way To Resolve Disputes Between 50/50 Business Owners

When you started the company, both shareholders holding a fifty percent interest seemed like a good idea at the time.  That way, everything was equal.  Neither one of you answered to the other.  Neither could be “bossed around” by your business partner.  » Read More

Aug 31, 2015

Shareholder Dispute Litigation and Employee Loyalty

I have previously written on this site about who gets “custody” of the company’s customers in a business divorce.  Related to this topic, can employee loyalty become an issue in shareholder divorce litigation?

Many times, it is clear who will remain with the company in the event of shareholder dispute litigation.  » Read More

Apr 30, 2015

Will A Court Reinstate A Terminated Shareholder-Employee?

An injunction is when a court orders someone to do something, or not to do something.  These can be very difficult to obtain – in some circumstances – and are often not granted when money damages at the end of a lawsuit can make the aggrieved party whole.  » Read More

Aug 14, 2014

Creative Ways to Contractually Minimize the Chances of Shareholder Dispute Litigation

When two new clients recently came in to have an Operating Agreement prepared for their newly created LLC, they indicated that they had read my website.  Since I had experience in litigating shareholder disputes, they wanted to know how to make a “bulletproof” Operating Agreement, so that there would never be litigation if they disagreed over an issue. » Read More

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