Taft partner Peter S. Nealis will be a guest faculty presenter at the NBI seminar “Partnership and Shareholder Disputes from Start to Finish,” which will take place on Dec. 8 from 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Tampa Westshore Marriott. The seminar will prepare attorneys for all phases of ownership disputes — from the initial triggers to the final settlement — from both defendant and plaintiff perspectives.
Nealis will kick off the day with two of the seven presentations:
1. Where Disagreement Becomes Legal Dispute: Blurred Lines in Small Businesses
- Fiduciary Duties: Who Owes What to Whom?
- Wrongful Termination of Shareholder-Employee
- Shareholder Oppression: The Range of Definitions
- Accusations of Self-Dealing, Mismanagement or Fraud
- Violation of Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements: Current Case Law
- Governance Disputes: Duties of Directors, Officers, Members and Controlling Partners
- Know the Extent of a Shareholders Right to Inspect Books and Records
- Obligations for Handling Related Party Transactions
- Claiming Theft of Corporate Opportunities
2. Interpreting Essential Documents to Build Your Case
- Operating Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Corporate Bylaws
- Third-Party Contracts
The seminar will award 6.0 OH CLE credits. For more information and to register for this seminar, visit NBI.
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