Terri Krivosha and Susan Markey to Present CLEs for Seminar on Ownership Disputes in Closely Held Businesses
March 6, 2023
Terri Krivosha, a partner in Maslon's Corporate & Securities Group, and Susan Markey, partner and chair of the group, will each present March 6 at the Minnesota CLE in-person seminar Ownership Disputes in Closely Held Businesses: Preventing, Managing, and Resolving. Terri also serves as co-chair of the course.
Terri and Susan team up for "Preventing Member Conflicts Under Chapter 322C: Drafting Challenges," in which they and Mitchell Hamline law professor Daniel Kleinberger discuss how transactional attorneys can help business owners plan for and prevent future disputes on the front end under Chapter 322C.
In addition, Terri presents "Negotiating Resolutions to Ownership Disputes Like a Pro to Avoid Litigation." In this session, she describes how to identify the questions your client is not asking (but should be) in a shareholder dispute, best practices for negotiating difficult issues, and how to identify themes in shareholder disputes that will help resolve the matter without litigation.
For more information or to register, go to Minnesota CLE: Ownership Disputes in Closely Held Businesses.
Terri, a business attorney and mediator, helps shareholders, family business owners, and companies buy or sell businesses or solve their legal problems. Whether guiding shareholders through a company split, managing a large merger/acquisition for a buyer or a seller, representing family members or business partners in the sale of a long-held business, or helping a company restructure to better align business and goals, Terri brings a time-tested sense of which approaches work and which do not. In her mediation work, Terri brings her many years of experience negotiating deals to the table—along with her high energy, active listening skills, creativity, and pragmatic approach. View her mediation bio here.
Susan represents clients in general corporate, taxation, and nonprofit matters. She draws from a diverse background in government, accounting, and law to serve as a holistic business advisor, and strongly believes that tax and corporate advice should be both easy to understand and practical. Susan assists clients with a wide array of tax issues, including tax controversies, audits, appeals, planning, and structuring, as well as researching tax law, drafting legal appeals, and memoranda. In addition to her tax practice, Susan counsels clients on mergers and acquisitions, business formation, joint ventures, and general corporate matters, while leveraging her tax background to help guide them toward profitable solutions.