University of Baltimore Law Review


In planning for the closely held corporation, counsel should give consideration to the flexibility afforded by a shareholders' agreement. Such an agreement is not, however, without its pitfalls. The author examines the advantages and problems inherent in the use of a shareholders' agreement.

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