Tami Bogutz Steinberg, Shareholder at Flaster/Greenberg, has been selected by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute to join a panel of experts in a seminar series focusing on Shareholder disputes in closely held corporations, partnerships & limited liability companies.
The seminar series will focus on how to protect a client's interests when their dream business becomes a nightmare, including: understanding the nature of the problem; exploring non-litigation options to resolve the dispute; being prepared to litigate the dispute; understanding important ethical concerns; and ensuring that business clients will not have to become embroiled in costly shareholders disputes.
Steinberg is a seasoned corporate attorney who represents principally entrepreneurs and closely held businesses, assisting companies across a wide range of industries, and with multiple diverse legal issues. Her practice emphasizes mergers and acquisitions, financings, joint ventures, partnership and shareholder transactions, dispute resolutions, corporate governance and contracting, and private placements. She frequently functions as outside general counsel and provides legal advice, assistance and oversight regarding matters that include corporate, tax, labor, intellectual property, real estate and litigation. Steinberg also possesses considerable experience in the area of business breakups. She represents both minority and majority shareholders/partners and other disenfranchised parties and she counsels business owners in how to protect themselves in the event of a future business dispute. She regularly assists litigators in settling shareholder and partner disputes that are in active litigation or in which litigation is threatened. Steinberg also represents operators and developers of gaming facilities.
Steinberg will be presenting in the seminars that take place from 8:30 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. in Mechanicsburg, PA on April 24th and Philadelphia on April 28th, each of which has been approved for 4 CLE credits. For more information, or to register, click here.
- Tami Steinberg