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Feb 22, 2018

Business Owner Rights: What Every Shareholder Should Know

David C. Roberts, a Member of Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, 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?
» Read More

Sep 29, 2017

Shareholder Oppression: What Every Business Owner Should Know

David C. Roberts, a Member with Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, 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?
» Read More

Oct 21, 2015

Protection of the Minority Oppression Statute Is Not Waivable

In the last year or so, I have seen several business owners who are not very happy that New Jersey LLC members now have the same protection from minority oppression that is enjoyed by minority shareholders of corporations. To “protect” against such lawsuits, apparently several attorneys around the state are advising clients to add to Operating Agreements a clause that waives this protection. » Read More

Feb 18, 2015

LLC Members Have Equal Rights as Corporate Shareholders When It Comes To Minority Owner Oppression

Many times a law is enacted, but a judge or appellate court makes a decision that casts the interpretation of that law into chaos. (Of course, none of the judges I regularly appear before would ever do this.) Almost one year ago, the New Jersey LLC Act was amended to give LLC members the minority owner oppression remedies historically applied to shareholders of a corporation. » Read More

Oct 14, 2014

Shareholder Oppression Remedies Are No Substitute for Control

The difference between owning 50% of your company and owning 51% is great.  But the difference between owning 50% and owning 49% could be catastrophic, despite the significant remedies available to oppressed minority shareholders in New Jersey.

After reading the other articles on this site, one comes away knowing that minority owners have significant rights in New Jersey (at least, that was my goal).  » Read More

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