“Resolving Shareholder Disputes,” Webinar Panelist – April 1, 2020
On April 1, 2020 at 2 pm EST, Stephen Brodsky, a Partner in KDV’s New York City and Long Island offices, will present as a panelist for a webinar entitled, “Resolving Shareholder Disputes”. The webinar is hosted by Financial Poise and available through WestLegalEdcenter. It will provide 1 CLE credit to attorneys.
In this webinar, Stephen and his co-panelists will discuss various types of shareholder disputes, corresponding remedies (including alternative dispute resolution), buy-sell agreement provisions, and share valuation considerations. They will also address issues that may arise, including when the means for resolution is not provided in the relevant by-laws or shareholder agreement. This webinar is important for attorneys who represent private companies and for business owners, directors and executives.
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Stephen has practiced complex commercial litigation for more than twenty years. He has a broad practice, and his clients span industries. Over his career, he has litigated significant, high-dollar matters in federal and state courts across the United States. He has argued at the trial and appellate levels and served as trial counsel in both bench and jury trials. Stephen also represents his clients in arbitrations, mediation and administrative proceedings. Finally, he resolves his clients’ disputes by direct negotiations and without formal litigation.
Stephen is known for his creative problem solving and thoughtful advocacy. He is rated AV Preeminent by his clients, peers and opposing counsel, the highest professional rating.
In addition to his practice, Stephen serves in leadership roles in the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and the Private Directors Association. He also writes and speaks on legal and business-related topics and has been published in journals throughout the country. Finally, he is committed to charitable work. He is an Officer and Director of Autism Communities, a New York non-profit, and active in Autism Speaks, a national organization.