Produced by the Dispute Resolution Section, this roundtable style CLE session offers attendees an opportunity to interactively converse about non-monetary issues that arise in business and commercial disputes. This program will take place on a Zoom meeting allowing attendees the opportunity to exchange ideas and thoughts with the speakers and other attendees.
Dispute Resolution and Business Law Section Members receive the discounted section member pricing.
A partnership, or a closely held corporation, is breaking up. From an economic standpoint, it’s obvious someone has to buy someone else out. The business has been appraised. In fact, each side has a different appraisal. But these can be reconciled. So, what is keeping the parties from reaching agreement? The stated reasons may be non-disclosure covenants, non-disparagement clauses, or possibly a post-settlement non-compete clause.
But the real reason is that a party, or more than one party, isn’t getting any satisfaction from the settlement because he (or she) hasn’t hurt the enemy enough. She (or he) wants to embarrass or devastate the other side in court.
Something has to be done to give the recalcitrant party closure. What is it?
SAVE MONEY: Use the prepaid CLE credits that come with your TBA Complete Membership and save on this course.
CME Credit: This program was approved for 1 CME Hour of General Mediation Issues. Folks seeking CME credit for this course will need to self-submit through the AOC's ADR Portal. If needed, please use the proof of completion email as the supportive documentation in the portal.
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This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.