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Feb 25, 2020

Hidden Competition: A Common Form of Oppression

If you are a passive investor in a closely-held business, there are many things from which you need to protect yourself. In New Jersey, these can include excessive salaries and bonuses, personal expenses being run through the company, cash transactions never making their way onto the books, and relatives on the payroll in no-show jobs. » Read More

Jan 13, 2020

Potential Alternatives to Shareholder Dispute Litigation in Your Business Divorce

Shareholder dispute litigation may often be an effective way to achieve a remedy for wrongdoing committed by the majority, such as getting paid for your shares. However, filing litigation against your business partners may not be the most cost-effective way of obtaining such relief. » Read More

Oct 11, 2011

An Oppression Case Can Get You More Than Just Monetary Damages

A business dispute with your co-owner can often be resolved in litigation.  But the question remains – if you sued your business partner because of improper action on his part, what remedy would you seek?

Many people assume that, when you sue your business partner, it is like any other case in which you are suing for damages.  » Read More