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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.

We spent a considerable amount of time trying to come up with a dispute resolution mechanism, but they could not agree on a third party to decide any significant disputes if they ever had one. » Read More

Mar 15, 2012

Email Today, Evidence Tomorrow

Email as Evidence – The Difficulty of Email Between Business Partners

You and your business partner are having a serious dispute, and litigation may be inevitable.  How do you communicate with each other prior to the suit being filed?

In some cases, you and your business partner both work in the same building, while in others one of you works from home or does not actually work for the company. » Read More


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