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Apr 03, 2017

I Was Doing The Same Thing As The Majority Shareholders – Part II

In my last post, I addressed the fact that, just because a minority shareholder has gone along with certain practices in the past, his acquiescence will not necessarily be fatal to a shareholder oppression claim.   However, that does not mean you should simply go along with something that you fundamentally disagree with, and assume it will have no consequences to you in the future. » Read More

Jul 28, 2011

Business Partner Disputes Leading to One Partner Being Terminated

I have posted several times (most recently in January) about termination of an employee/shareholder constituting oppression, because this type of misconduct by majority shareholders happens all the time.  If one had a reasonable expectation of continued, even indefinite, employment, the act of termination itself could constitute shareholder oppression under New Jersey law, possibly giving the terminated shareholder the right to be paid for his or her shares.  » Read More

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