“Oppressive” Conduct, Judicial Dissolution & How to Avoid It

A minority shareholder may petition the Court to dissolve a corporation on grounds that a majority shareholder has engaged in fraudulent, oppressive, or illegal conduct. If judicial dissolution is ordered, the company can be liquidated or even sold. Although dissolution … Continue reading

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How Director and Officer Indemnification Agreements Can Help Attract Top Talent

A substantial uptick in securities litigation and an increased regulatory enforcement focus have put directors and officers squarely in the cross-hairs for exposure from lawsuits and investigations.  To attract and retain high-quality directors and officers, companies should review and, if … Continue reading

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