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Oct 25, 2018

Is Secretly Recording Your Business Partner Ever a Good Idea in New Jersey?

Many clients who come in to discuss a possible business divorce action are already anticipating obstacles to their own case.  Having a foresighted, prepared client is wonderful.  But when those clients take matters into their own hands before even coming into my office, sometimes they have harmed more than helped their own case. » Read More

Oct 10, 2016

Court-Appointed “Tiebreakers” In a 50/50 Ownership Setting

When two people start a company, neither wants to give control to the other, so ownership is usually split 50/50.   This sounds like a great idea at the outset, when everyone is on the same page, and there is usually no other practical way to proceed.  » Read More

May 28, 2013

Ability to Access Financial Info Is Broader in Practice than Law Technically Provides

Shareholder disputes often arise because of a lack of information being disclosed by the majority to the minority shareholders.  In New Jersey, there are limitations as to what financial documents must be shared with minority shareholders.  However, most of the time business owners believe that their business partners should share more information than the bare minimum dictated by law. » Read More

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