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Litigating the Business Divorce.


Litigating the Business Divorce

Kurt M. Heyman and Melissa N. Donimirski

Bloomberg BNA


468 pages




Practicing lawyers explain details of the legal separation of the ownership of privately held business entities. Because these are privately held business entities, they say, they often involve the founders or their close kin who--not having access to other people's money--may not be able to provide as much information as in cases involving public entities. They cover what a business divorce is, pre-suit considerations, effectuating a split, challenging a split, common claims, the nature of claims chart, issues in damages and valuation, statutory definitions of value, protective measures--a practical guide, voluntary corporate dissolution checklist, dispute resolution checklist, and buy-sell agreement dispute avoidance checklist. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Apr 1, 2017
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