I am about to inherit restricted stocks from my father who was an insider in the company. I dont know what the restrictions are exactly yet, but whatever they are, can I and how likely can I succeed to force the company to lift those restrictions in the court?
That questions is difficult to answer. If your Dad died while working at the company, perhaps the stock will come restriction free. Usually restrictions are in place to prevent insider trading, so if there is no chance at insider trading anymore, they may lift them. Other...View More
A Registered Investment Advisor under the SEC is alledged to have defrauded our 501(c)3 foundation of $250k. We want to file a lien on this person's residential real property in Utah. Our foundation is located in California.
Firstly, there is palpable complexity to the question you are asking. It involves securities laws, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Utah property law, liens, and jurisdictional issues. I would strongly encourage you to contact a Utah attorney to assist you with this matter.
The answer to this question will depend on many factors, including the type and substance of any corporate documents, as well as the nature of the corporation and whether the corporation is closely held (i.e. has few shareholders, among other criteria as defined by state law). According to Utah...View More
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