December 10, 2015

50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, err...Business Partner: The Essentials of Business Divorce in Privately Held Entities

50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, err...Business Partner: The Essentials of Business Divorce in Privately Held Entities

December 10, 2015

Panelists will discuss the definition of "business divorce" and issues peculiar to such situations, which will include a discussion of litigation alternatives for "business divorce" in corporations and LLCs, including dissolution and corporate opportunity litigation, as well as transactional alternatives for "business divorce" in corporations and LLCs, including "squeeze-out" transactions in corporations and utilization of specific dissolution/buyout provisions in LLCs. 

Panelists:

  • Kurt Heyman (moderator); Proctor Heyman Enerio LLP; Wilmington, DE
  • Melissa N. Donimirski; Proctor Heyman LLP; Wilmington, DE
  • Peter B. Ladig; Morris James LLP; Wilmington, DE
  • Eric Milby; Lundy Beldecos & Milby P.C.; Narberth, PA
  • Daniel Formeller; Partner; Tressler LLP; Chicago, IL

Presented by: Business and Corporate Litigation Committee

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