Partnership and Shareholder Disputes: Valuations‚ Buyouts and Understanding What Your Shares Are Worth | Franchise Law Blog

Partnership and Shareholder Disputes: Valuations‚ Buyouts and Understanding What Your Shares Are Worth

So‚ if your senario is one where:

Then one of the many relevant questions that you must evaluate is how do you value the shares and what is a fair price?

When it comes to partnership and shareholder disputes in New York and New Jersey‚ one positive thing is the fact that there are clear parameters that must be considered in valuation and buyout situations.  However‚ they are "parameters" only and depending on the nature of your dispute there may be wide variation in the outcome of your case and/or negotiation.  If you plan properly and fully understand your "litigation and negotiation strategies" ‚ there is room to influence the valuation factors in your favor.     Factors to consider include:

There are many more factors but the main message that you need to know is that there is tremendous flexability and the outcome of your dispute and‚ ultimately‚ any buy-out that you will be receiving or paying will be heavily influenced by the strategy that you adopt.  Avoid the typical "traps" that many litigants fall into. So‚ understand the strengths and weaknesses of your shareholder status and carefully plan out your litigation with the recognition that‚ eventually‚ someone may be bought out.

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Date: 12/20/2012 | Category: Partnership Disputes

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