One of the most common reasons for a minority shareholder to file “business divorce litigation” is because that minority owner feels left out, pushed out, squeezed out – simply not part of the process in any significant way. Quite often, the minority owner is pushed out for a reason that is not entirely unjustified. » Read More
As discussed many times on this blog, shareholder dispute litigation can be extremely costly and terribly disruptive to company operations. From the company’s point of view, it should be avoided if at all possible. Once an oppressed minority shareholder complaint is filed, or is about to be filed, it is often too late to avoid. » Read More
I have previously written on this site about who gets “custody” of the company’s customers in a business divorce. Related to this topic, can employee loyalty become an issue in shareholder divorce litigation?
Many times, it is clear who will remain with the company in the event of shareholder dispute litigation. » Read More