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Avoiding Litigation Series #1: Managing Your Business’ Assets, from Prenup to Breakup

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Published on Feb 25, 2015

In today’s environment, government contractors must be ever vigilant in protecting their assets – proprietary information, key employees and strategic partners are all integral to the success of a business. In this first session of our three-part webinar series, PilieroMazza’s attorneys will share practical experience and legal tips on how to avoid litigation and structure key agreements to protect your company and its critical assets.

Owners of small and medium-sized businesses usually only put a basic owner agreement in place. Does your agreement address bad acts of owners and are those grounds for disassociation? Should owners be required to work in the firm? What happens when there is a death or disability? Or when one partner wants to sell? What are the rights and obligations to, or of, minority shareholders? When an operating agreement does not effectively address such disruptive events, the business can suffer severe damage. In this webinar, we will discuss ownership agreements, why they are critical to any business and its owners, and how carefully-crafted agreements can help avoid unnecessary and protracted litigation.

Please join Dean Nordlinger and Paul Mengel for part one of our series to learn more about how to manage your business' assets from start to finish.

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