By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. a New Jersey Corporation Attorney
In cases of shareholder oppression, the people who own the majority of the shares of a company take some sort of action to harm the minority of shareholders. This can be resolved through a legal procedure called an oppression remedy.
If you have been frozen out of a company, or abused, or treated unfairly in any way, then the law is on your side. If this is the case, then you are eligible to have your case heard in a court of law, which allows for litigation. Thus, an experienced attorney can help you determine whether or not you have a case to bring to court.
In the state of New Jersey, shareholder oppression laws are there to protect people who invest in companies. Thus, if you are an oppressed shareholder living in New Jersey, then you are able to obtain a legal settlement to protect your rights.
You should not feel threatened by the majority shareholders of the company that you invest in. Even though the decisions made are almost always in favor of the majority shareholders, but the law gives rights to those shareholders whom are in the minority, including the right to having your case litigated.
If you feel that you are an oppressed shareholder of a company, and you live in or outside the state of New Jersey, then you should contact an attorney who will fight for your rights today. An experienced business law attorney will assist you in a litigation case and make sure that you are being treated fairly by the majority shareholders in the company you are involved in.
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