John C. Sciaccotta and Jerry Holisky Business Divorce Column Debuts in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
The first article in the column series is a two-parter focusing on how to respond to a company’s rejection of a books and records request. Part one pertains to Illinois law considerations while part two will discuss Delaware considerations.
Read the debut article, “Weighing Options When a Company Rejects a Books, Records Request” here.
Business Divorce focuses on issues and developments in the broad area of ownership disputes, including squeeze-outs, freeze-outs, negotiated buyouts, oppression, dissolution and fiduciary duty claims – with reporting and analysis from both a transactional and litigation perspective.
Jerry is a Co-Managing Member of Aronberg Goldgehn and a senior lawyer in the firm’s Business Law and Transaction Group while John is a Member of the firm, working in the Commercial Litigation Group.
Both John and Jerry are Co-founders and Chairs of the Chicago Bar Association’s recently formed Committee on Business Divorce and Complex Ownership Disputes. They are also both authors of ICCLE publications on issues related to business divorce.
Aronberg Goldgehn’s Business Divorce and Complex Ownership Dispute Resolution Practice represents businesses, corporations, partnerships, and management across the country, as well as individuals holding a majority or minority interest in an enterprise in order to anticipate and minimize the conflicts that often arise from the ownership of closely held businesses.