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Business Oppression Case Divides Family-Owned Construction Company

A major construction company with Illinois roots has demonstrated that serious “business oppression” conflicts can happen even in family-run businesses. As in many of these situations, allegations of fiduciary breaches and oppression of minority shareholders have triggered litigation and driven apart individuals who once enjoyed a close relationship. Payne & Dolan is a Wisconsin-based business Read More

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Freeze-Out Tactics: The Reverse Stock Split

Freeze-Out Tactics: The Reverse Stock Split Majority shareholders use various time-tested methods to freeze out minority shareholders. One such these tactic is the reverse stock split. It works like this: The Board of Directors, acting within the company bylaws, votes to issue single shares of stock to replace some multiple outstanding shares, such as one-for-five Read More

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