A shareholder agreement (or, as applicable, an operating agreement) governs the ongoing business relationship between the shareholders or partners of a business. It also specifies the parties' rights should a shareholder or partner dispute arise. This article explains why exercising your rights pursuant to a shareholder agreement might be counterproductive to your end goal in a shareholder or partner dispute.
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Why You Must Look at Your Shareholder Agreement Differently when Faced with A Shareholder or Partner Dispute