Episode 7: Conflict in the Family-Owned Business: A Conversation with Professor Benjamin Means

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As many litigators will tell you, “business divorce on steroids” aptly describes the tenor of litigation that can erupt when members of a family-owned business have a falling out. No one has devoted more scholarship to the topic of legal conflict in the family-owned business than Benjamin Means, a rising young Assistant Professor at the University Of South Carolina School Of Law. My New York Business Divorce blog previously featured an online interview of Ben on the subject (read here and here). In this episode, Ben discusses the See more +
As many litigators will tell you, “business divorce on steroids” aptly describes the tenor of litigation that can erupt when members of a family-owned business have a falling out. No one has devoted more scholarship to the topic of legal conflict in the family-owned business than Benjamin Means, a rising young Assistant Professor at the University Of South Carolina School Of Law. My New York Business Divorce blog previously featured an online interview of Ben on the subject (read here and here). In this episode, Ben discusses the factors that contribute to conflict in the family-owned business and some of his ideas on dispute avoidance and resolution. See less -
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