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Should You Mediate Your Family-Owned Business Dispute?

USA - September 12 2017 Disputes between and among owners of family-owned businesses are sometimes unavoidable. When such disputes progress to litigation, they can be...


Definitions in Shareholder Agreements Matter When Transferring Family-Owned Business Stock

USA - August 8 2017 Owners of family-owned corporations often enter into shareholder agreements that spell out whether and to whom corporate shares can be transferred...


Do You Have a Reasonable Expectation of Receiving Dividends if You Acquired Your Shares in a Family-Owned Corporation Through Gift or Inheritance?

USA - July 31 2017 Corporate shareholders often expect to receive dividends in connection with their ownership of corporate shares. This is particularly true when owners...


Will Your Family-Owned LLC Be Required to Pay the Fair Value of a Withdrawing Member’s Interest?

USA - July 13 2017 Family-owned businesses that are organized as limited liability companies typically reflect the terms of the company’s governance, along with the...


Do You Have an Enforceable Contract for the Sale of Family-Owned Business Interests or Just an Agreement to Agree?

USA - May 10 2017 Family members often transfer family-business ownership interests or other assets between each other. Their discussions sometimes progress from...