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May 27, 2014

We Are Getting a “Business Divorce.” Who Gets “Custody” of the Customers?

Many times, two 50% owners possess different areas of expertise and separate spheres of influence.  For example, it is not uncommon for one business partner to be in charge of sales, with the other in charge of finances.  Because of this, one person often has more contacts than the other.  » Read More

Dec 04, 2007

Fifty Percent Shareholders Have Rights Too

When a minority shareholder has a dispute with his or her business partner, the aggrieved shareholder often intuitively knows that there must be some legal protection for someone in his situation.  He may not know the details – that there is a specific statute that provides protection for someone in just his position – but common sense may lead him to at least suspect that a competent lawyer might be able to obtain some relief for him. » Read More