Business Divorce Blog: Recent Blog Entries
Untying The Gordian Knot: Getting Past Shareholder Deadlock Part 1
A beautiful wedding ceremony offers no guaranty the couple will not ultimately end up in divorce. Similarly, a great start to a new company does not mean the business owners won’t become deadlocked in the future over how the business should be run.
A Legislative Fix is Being Considered for the Loss of Minority Shareholder Oppression Claims in Texas - the Antidote to Ritchie v. Rupe.
When the Texas Supreme Court decided last year (in a 6-3 decision) to jettison decades of appellate case law and deprive minority shareholders of the right to bring claims for shareholder oppression against majority owners, the case generated extensive comment, including in our previous Blogs.
Charting the Business Divorce When a Marriage Fails: Who Owns and Controls the Family (LLC) Business?
A married couple may enter into a new business venture as optimistically as they began their marriage. Just as they walked to the altar without a marital prenup, however, they often fail to enter into agreements to provide for what happens to the company if they later divorce.