Hi. An aboriginal corporation I work for has a board of 7 members (including COB who is not the CEO). The then board decided not to re-sign the CEO up for a further term of employment. Of the 7 members, 4 decided not to continue the CEO's employment, the other 3 wanted her to continue. The main problem being that 2 of those 3 are the CEO’s son and nephew. There are approximately 40 employees, around half of which are related (by blood or marriage) to the then CEO. The 3 CEO cronies called for a meeting to sack the other 4 board members (including COB). The way they went about this was particularly bad, but the meeting happened. Signed up community members are the only people who may vote for the new board. The issue is that many non-voting CEO cronies took up space that prevented other signed community members from casting their votes. Consequently, the new board now has 5 relatives and cronies of the then CEO plus all the relatives that actually work for the corporation. There is every likelihood that the ex CEO will be reinstated. There is also specific targeting of covert harassment to non CEO relatives or cronies. Help. What can we do under commercial law?