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Why Your Buy-Sell Agreement is Probably Wrong

Thursday, January 1, 1970 7:30 am - 10:00 am

Tuesday, February 28, 2012
7:30am to 10:00am
Kreischer Miller, Horsham

The buy-sell agreement is one of the most important documents a private company needs.  This important governance document determines how the company's shares can be transferred and dictates the economic terms of how shareholders and the company will deal with each other.

Properly structured, the buy-sell agreement achieves fairness for all and protects the company, as well as the shareholders or family members.  Unfortunately, many companies' agreements do not accomplish these goals.

This interactive, engaging, and practical seminar examined common mistakes with buy-sell agreements as well as a variety of structuring options. 


  • Mario O. Vicari, Director, Audit & Accounting and Family-Owned Businesses Specialty Area Leader
  • Steven E. Staugaitis, Manager, Audit & Accounting

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