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Business Divorce: The Privately Held Business and Shareholder Relations

Friday, October 11, 2013 | 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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This course covers the essential strategies and tactics for dealing with the legal and business aspects of shareholder and partner disputes in privately held companies. This course covers complex legal topics including: corporate, employment, securities, intellectual property, valuation, litigation, debt structuring, etc. Discover how shareholder relations and business divorce have been impacted by:

• The recession and economic downturn;
• Increased debt loads on businesses;
• The contracting in bank lending to the middle market; and
• The decline in the stock market.

Learn to deal with:

• activist shareholders desiring more say, more money or both
• majority shareholder oppression and battles for corporate control
• succession planning
• pre-existing debt owing to banks and financiers
• banking covenants and agreements
• serial entrepreneurs and ownership of corporate opportunities
• shareholders taking assets or customers when leaving the company
• investor pressures for liquidity and high values
• capital and venture capital issues
• threats revelation of or litigation over claimed past bad conduct
• denial of economic benefits
• employees preparing to compete with your client
• impact on the company, its employees and its business and on third parties
Faculty:Neal A. Jacobs, Esq., Managing Attorney and Principal, The Jacobs Law Group, PC
Location:Rutgers School of Law
217 North 5th Street
Camden, NJ
Credits:CLE: NJ:4.0 | NY:4.0 | PA:3.5
Cost:$100.00
Detailed Information:Program Announcement
Registration for this program is now closed. Please see the full listing for upcoming IPE programs.