Joseph M. Ochman, chief executive of IBS Financial Corp. in New Jersey, has a nightmare that won't go away: the company's largest shareholder.

Lawrence B. Seidman, who controls about 3.4% of the Cherry Hill-based company's stock, lost a proxy battle in December to put an independent slate of directors on the board that would likely have pushed for a sale.

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