Twelve Aronberg Goldgehn Attorneys Author Chapters in "Disputes Involving Closely Held Companies 2020 Edition"
Amy M. Gibson
Benjamin E. Haskin
Nathan H. Lichtenstein
David A. Johnson Jr.
Douglas C. Murray
Steven M. Scholl
Blake S. Kocian
Twelve Aronberg Goldgehn attorneys have co-authored four of the eight chapters in “Disputes Involving Closely Held Companies 2020 Edition,” published by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE).
The Chapters are:
“Governance Issues (Chapter 1),” co-authored by John C. Sciaccotta, Jerry Holisky and David A. Johnson, Jr.
“Personal Liability in Closely Held Entities (Chapter 2),” co-authored by John C. Sciaccotta, Amy M. Gibson, Kristina D. Diesner and Blake S. Kocian
“Minority Stakeholder Rights (Chapter 4),” co-authored by John C. Sciaccotta, Douglas C. Murray, Benjamin E. Haskin and Zachariah J. Snyder
“Valuation (Chapter 6),” co-authored by John C. Sciaccotta, Nathan H. Lichtenstein, Steven M. Scholl and Genc Arifi
“Disputes Involving Closely Held Companies 2020 Edition,” is the essential guide for Illinois attorneys who represent closely held corporations, partnerships or limited liability companies. It covers many of the most frequently disputed issues involving closely held companies in Illinois. It describes the issues that most often arise, discusses applicable authority from Illinois statutes and case law, and offers practical pointers to minimize the risk that these issues will arise and to resolve them once they do.
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”The authors from Aronberg Goldgehn are all member of the firm’s Business Divorce and Complex Ownership Dispute Resolution Practice Group. This multidisciplinary team of transactional and litigation attorneys counsel businesses, corporations, partnerships, management as well as individuals holding a majority or minority interest in an enterprise to prevent, minimize and navigate disputes that develop between owners and their businesses. They are well-versed in the common conflicts that arise among investors and shareholders, and understand that every dispute and resolution requires a keen understanding of each client's unique situation. When disputes are unavoidable, they guide clients to resolution through mediation, arbitration or litigation, working efficiently to ensure the daily operations and overall success of the organization is not impeded due to the dispute.