When A Business Has A Change In Leadership #BusinessLawyer

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Pope Benedict XVI announced recently that he will be resigning his position as the leader of the Catholic Church. While a Pope’s resignation is not common, it is common for leaders of businesses to resign their positions, either because of age, a sale of the business, a forced resignation by others with an interest in the business, or any number of other reasons. When these situations arise, it is imperative that the business follow the legal and corporate requirements for the changes to be effective and enforceable. If you need help in these or other corporate matters, you will be well-served by seeking the assistance of an experienced business law attorney. Call us at (480) 833-1113 and one of our experienced business lawyers will help you with whatever transition you are facing.


DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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