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NY and NJ Shareholder Dispute: Taking Control of Critical Assets

Charles Internicola

by Charles Internicola
National Business and Franchise Lawyer

Date: 02/21/2012 | Category: Partnership Disputes | No comments

When involved in a partnership or shareholder dispute one of the many things that must be addressed on an individual basis is taking control of the critical assets they have within the business. The critical assets being addressed are those which‚ typically‚ are not tangable assets such as customers‚ suppliers‚ and critical employees.

It is beneficial to decide if you will be able to secure these assets early on in a partnership or shareholder dispute. Your ability to secure control over these critical assets will heavily depend on whether or not you control these assets. Depending on whether you are in control of the assets or not will help determine the course of action you should take and should be discussed with your partnership or shareholder lawyer.

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