This is the archived online version of the seminar that took place on May 18, 2011. Online programs qualify for Live NHMCLE Credit.
When a corporation or business partnership dissolves and there is a dispute among the owners, there are myriad legal considerations and ramifications. This informative and insightful program will feature a panel of experienced practitioners discussing the legal issues that attorneys must help clients address during the dissolution of a business. The seminar will also look at resolving disputes among business owners that arise after an acquisition, merger or some other change of ownership.
Among the topics this program will examine:
Non-competition agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other restrictions on employees’ and owners’ right to compete
Breach of fiduciary duty: Who has a fiduciary duty, what is the nature of that duty, what remedies are available and who has standing to assert such claim
Ethical issues in representing parties in business split-ups
4.5 Total NH MCLE, 1.0 of which may be applied toward NH Ethics
Each price provides online access for 3 months after purchase.