David C. Roberts, a Member with Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to present a seminar for all business owners that will answer many of the questions, both known and unknown, a shareholder would have, such as:
- What, exactly, is “shareholder oppression?”
- How do I remedy oppression?
- Are my rights limited by a shareholder agreement or an operating agreement?
- Does a member of an LLC have the same minority rights as a shareholder in a corporation?
- Does a 50% owner have the same rights as a minority owner?
- What limits, if any, exist regarding the majority owner’s compensation?
- What is the potential difficulty in proving ownership?
- What records am I allowed to demand? How can I get them?
- How do I find a valuation expert to value my shares?
- Is there value in hiring a forensic accountant to review the company’s books?
- What are my rights if I have been fired as an employee, but they won’t pay me for my shares?
- What should I do if I believe my business partner is stealing from me?
- What happens if my company is family owned? If I sue a close relative, can I justify it to the rest of the family?
- What happens to the company if I file a lawsuit?
- If I file a suit and get fired because of it, will a court prevent my termination?
- If shareholder oppression litigation is in my future, how should I prepare for it?
The seminar will be on Thursday, November 2, at the NM&M NJ Office, scheduled as follows:
Registration & Breakfast 8:30–9:00 a.m.
Program 9:00–10:00 a.m.
Questions & Answers 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
For registration information, please click here.