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Not Sure What Your Rights Are as a Shareholder in New Jersey?
Before I discuss the title of this page, let me ask you a few simple questions.
- Are you knowledgeable about where you stand or what your rights are under an existing shareholder agreement that you may have signed?
- Do you have a shareholder agreement that has been violated, ignored or breached by a co-shareholder(s)?
- Have you or your company been threatened with litigation by a co-shareholder, creditor, government agency, etc.?
- Are you contemplating filing a shareholder’s rights lawsuit or are you already involved in a shareholder dispute?
If the answer to any one of these questions is yes, then you’ve come to the right place.
I’ve written this page with you in mind. Hanlon Niemann & Wright has negotiated and written all types of shareholder agreements addressing all types of business relationships and issues for over 40 years. We understand from experience the details and laws that must be considered to protect your interests as a shareholder.
Shareholder laws are complex and not always easy to understand. Knowing how to navigate you through it is our job. As lawyers for businessmen and businesswomen throughout New Jersey we’re experienced in the real world of NJ business and shareholder rights when companies do business in this state. When shareholder conflicts occur and litigation is filed or threatened, the trial attorney(s) at Hanlon Niemann & Wright are prepared and ready to defend your interests as a shareholder client.
I consulted with Mr. Niemann following a recommendation from an associate in Brick, New Jersey. I was told that Mr. Niemann would be an excellent person to discuss an investment opportunity which was represented to me as very profitable. Mr. Niemann met with me promptly and reviewed the information which was given by the promoter. After having considered the promotional information, Mr. Niemann cautioned me against the investment. He requested a four-way conference be set up so that he could meet face to face, eye to eye with the promoter of this opportunity. After several hours of intense questioning and discussion, Mr. Niemann courteously and professionally concluded the meeting, whereupon he immediately told me not to invest a single penny into this scam as I would lose my investment. At the time, I was looking to invest several hundred thousand dollars. Thank God I listened to Mr. Niemann.
Since our meeting, I have learned that the deal was, in fact, a scam and that I would have lost my entire investment. The straight-talking highly investigative nature of Mr. Niemann’s questioning and insight coupled with his significant past business experience was of invaluable help to me.
Scott Buongiovanni Freehold, New Jersey
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– Robert W. Bucco, Jr.
In my negotiations with a large international corporation, Fredrick P. Niemann worked with me to the end. They were thoughtful and proactive in identifying the issues of concern to me, issues I hadn’t even thought of. I was very satisfied with the services they rendered.
– Mike Halsey, Middletown, New Jersey
Introduction to Shareholders Rights in New Jersey
On the following pages, you’ll learn a lot about shareholder agreements and shareholder rights. I’ll also discuss with you and explain in greater detail the important features a well-written shareholder agreement should include. In later pages, I’ll discuss the consequences of a breach or violation of that agreement between shareholders and others.
Finally, I’ll cover with you in detail shareholder rights under New Jersey’s extensive shareholder laws and the options and remedies available to shareholders should legal action be necessary to protect their interests.
Please take your time to read each page of our site and watch our informative videos.
And if you’re involved in or about to be involved in an actual or potential shareholder dispute and you would like to speak to a shareholder trial litigation Attorney, call Fredrick P. Niemann personally toll-free at 855-376-5291. You may also e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
He welcomes your inquiries and you’ll find him easy to talk to as he counsels you on your NJ shareholder matter.
Shareholders Right Attorney Serving These New Jersey Counties:
Monmouth, Ocean, Mercer, Middlesex, Bergen, Burlington, Union