Can I Sue My New Jersey Business Partner?
Yes. Typically lawsuits between New Jersey "business partners" involve claims and causes of action focused on misappropriation of corporate assets, diversion of business opportunities and breach of fiduciary duties and obligations. For additional information about New Jersey partnership, shareholder and member disputes, we recommend the following articles:
- New Jersey Shareholder and Partner Disputes: Important Factors to Consider to Protect your Business and Equity Interests
- NJ "Partnership Disputes": Dissociation of a Members Interest in an LLC
- New Jersey Partnership Law: Important Resources
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If you are faced with a dispute with your partners and want to learn about effective options available to you, contact Partnership Lawyer Charles N. Internicola at 1.800.976.4904. Also order a complimentary copy of Mr. Internicola's book, "The New York and New Jersey Partnership Dispute Guide".
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