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Florida Appeals Court Rules Against Shareholder in Fraud Case

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

On March 21st, 2018, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeals ruled against a minority shareholder in an appraisal rights case. In Shiva Stein v. BBC Capital Corp, et al, the plaintiff alleged that her shareholder rights were violated under Florida state law following the merger of two financial services companies. In this article, our… Read More »

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Florida Shareholder Case Shows the Complexity of Collecting ‘Lost Profits’ as Damages

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

On March 17th, 2017, the Florida Second District Court of Appeal released a decision in the case of ICMFG Associates Inc v. Bare Board Group Inc. This case involved a complex shareholder dispute. As a part of the case, one company sought lost profits as damages from its former shareholders. Though the firm was… Read More »

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Corporate Bylaws and Shareholder Lawsuits

By Michael Pike |

When it comes to shareholder derivative lawsuits, companies can often find themselves in an arms race with their own shareholders. Derivative lawsuits are tools that shareholders can use to bring a lawsuit on behalf of a company that they are invested in, when the directors or officers of the company refuse to bring a… Read More »

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Shareholder Lawsuits: Direct versus Derivative

By Michael Pike |

One of the most common types of commercial litigation is the shareholder lawsuit. In shareholder lawsuits a shareholder sues either based on a harm that they suffered themselves or based on a harm suffered by the corporation itself, which indirectly hurts them by lowering their investment’s value. The type of harm is important because… Read More »

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