Posts in This Series
May 4, 2017
Business Divorce Part 1: Know Your Options
By Jeremy Sugg

So: you are a business owner. Perhaps you are the managing member of an LLC or a minority shareholder in a corporation who has no involvement in the management of the company. Maybe you started the business with a long-time […]

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May 23, 2017
Business Divorce Part 2: The Opportunity Cost of Discovery
By Jeremy Sugg

In Part I of our four-part series on business divorces, we discussed the importance of knowing your options in a business divorce: understanding that the actions you take depend on your unique circumstances and understanding that creating the right plan […]

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February 1, 2018
Business Divorce Part III: A Divorce Without Litigation
By Jeremy Sugg

In Part I of our four-part Business Divorce series, we discussed the value of knowing your options when pursuing a business divorce. Part II discussed the opportunity cost of discovery. Now, in Part III, we will address resolving a business […]

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February 22, 2018
Business Divorce Part 4: Litigating a Business Divorce
By Lincoln Derr

Anyone with significant training in self-defense or martial arts will tell you that fighting should always be your last resort. Fights are messy, unpredictable and costly. Training doesn’t always guarantee a win, and while you may think you have the […]

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April 27, 2021
Breach of Fiduciary Duty in North Carolina
By Jeremy Sugg

No Harm, No Foul: Are actual damages required to punish a breach of fiduciary duty in North Carolina? Claims for breach of fiduciary duty are common in business and commercial litigation. Such claims seek redress when officers, directors, managers and others […]

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