Scuderi, Murphy, and Villani Speak before the Hudson-Bergen Inn of Transactional Counsel

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ROSELAND, N.J./February 11, 2009 -- On January 8, 2009, Thomas M. Scuderi, Conor F. Murphy, and Joseph A. Villani, Jr., spoke before the Hudson-Bergen Inn of Transactional Counsel at the Offices of the Bergen County Bar Association in Hackensack, New Jersey. The topic presented was the “Issues Surrounding the Transfer of Ownership Interests”.

Mr. Scuderi, Mr. Murphy, and Mr. Villani’s presentation focused on the issues that a company and its owners face involving the transferability of the equity interests in the company. They discussed the different types of voluntary and involuntary transfers that typically occur and the various ways that the transfers may be addressed and/or restricted in the various types of business agreements, i.e. shareholder agreements, operating agreement, partnership agreements. They also focused on the issues that a business owner and his/her/their lawyer must address in order to protect the company and its equity interest holders.

The Hudson-Bergen Inn of Transactional Counsel is comprised of a group of attorneys of varying skill levels who focus on transactional related law. The mission of the Inn is to teach, learn, improve practice skills, share experiences with other members of the Bar, foster collegiality, and promote excellence in the practice of law, as related to transactional matters.

Mr. Scuderi is a member of our Corporate and Business Law practice group, as well as our Banking Law and Finance and Real Estate and Land Use practices. For more information regarding this presentation or relating to these practice areas, please contact Thomas M. Scuderi at


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