A family business dispute is not shareholder oppression when the majority shareholders refuse to buy out minority members not receiving dividends
Microbilt v L2C LLC is a good example of why businesses should make certain that the language of contracts they enter are not only clear and unambigious, but also include everything expected from the contract. NJ appellate Division demonstrates how difficult it can be
  Is a shareholder who dissents to the sale of a business stuck with the terms of the sale as the measure of the fair value of their interest?  That seems to be effect of an appellate division opinion affirming...

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