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Best known for his experience as a transactional and business lawyer, Jeffrey Shapiro gives his clients practical, actionable advice on a complete range of transactions and issues, including mergers and acquisitions, proxy contests, stockholder and member rights, governance (including non-profits), reorganizations, LLC formations, commercial transactions, and corporate law matters.
Jeffrey regularly represents stockholders and issuers in all aspects of proxy contests and consent solicitations as well as on related governance issues. He also has extensive experience counseling clients on stockholder and member disputes, oppression claims, and business divorce matters.
Public and private companies call on Jeffrey for advice on Hart-Scott-Rodino Act antitrust issues in mergers and acquisitions and investment transactions.
Jeffrey is co-author of the definitive book on New Jersey corporate law and practice, New Jersey Corporations and Other Business Entities. He has also published numerous articles on Hart-Scott-Rodino Act issues, corporate law developments and securities matters, and frequently speaks about activist investor campaigns.