Minority Shareholder Freezeout Litigation June 23
What happens when a business relationship goes sour?
Sometimes things don't go as planned in a business relationship. When a company's majority shareholders attempt to eliminate the minority shareholders from making decisions, by terminating the shareholder employee or cashing out investments at a low price, this action is referred to as a freezeout. A freezeout often occurs in small corporations where ownership is held by a small group of individuals.
A distinguished panel of industry professionals will walk you through the process of investigating and preparing your case for trial. Panelists will evaluate the various perspectives that will impact your case. Attendees will learn how minority shareholder freezeout cases are tried and defended and take away practical tips to use.
Learn how and when to use experts in your case. Delve into the ethics involved in minority shareholder litigation. Explore the strategies for negotiating and settling your case.
This 6 CLE credit program will be held in Philadelphia, on Tuesday, June 23 at PBI Conference Center in the Wanamaker Building, Market and Juniper streets, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 pm; check-in begins at 8 a.m. For additional information, or to register click here.