Shareholder and Partnership Disputes
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If you or your business are facing the potential of a shareholder or partnership dispute or you are already in the middle of a dispute, you may be aware of the havoc that these disputes can cause for businesses. A shareholder or partnership can put your business’s operations and growth on hold while the dispute gets sorted out. And if you’ve never had to deal with a shareholder or partnership dispute before, you may not be fully aware of your rights or how to protect them and your interests. That is why it is critical you have experienced and knowledgeable legal representation to defend your rights and interests and to fight to get you a favorable outcome in your shareholder or partnership dispute.
Since 1984, the attorneys of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC have helped businesses and individual shareholders and partners seek favorable outcomes from their disputes. Our experienced transactional attorneys and litigators can aggressively defend your rights and interests and leave no stone unturned in securing the best possible result in your case.
Don’t leave the outcome of your dispute to chance. Contact us today to schedule an initial case review to discuss your legal rights and options and to talk with one of our skilled attorneys about the ways our firm can help you secure a favorable outcome from your dispute.
A shareholder or partnership dispute can bring your business to a grinding halt, especially for closely-held corporations and partnerships, since a dispute may leave the business unable to move forward if owners or partners cannot agree on decisions or strategy. That is why it is critical to address and resolve shareholder and partnership disputes as efficiently as possible. Examples of disputes that our attorneys can help you resolve favorably include:
If you or your business are facing one of the above shareholder/partnership disputes or another dispute among the shareholders or partners in your company or between the shareholders or partners and company management, let us help you protect your rights and interests and secure a resolution to the dispute that is favorable to you and your business.
When you choose our firm to represent you in a shareholder or partnership dispute, you can trust that our attorneys will do what it takes to help you secure a favorable outcome to your dispute. We fight to protect our clients’ rights and interests, and to protect the hard work and investments they have put into building their businesses. Our attorneys will take the time to thoroughly review your case and understand your concerns and goals so that we can tailor a legal strategy aimed at getting you the results you need and deserve.
We also understand the disruptions that shareholders and partnership disputes can have on your business’s operations, so we also strive to resolve our clients’ disputes as efficiently as possible while still working to secure favorable outcomes for our clients. When your business is on the line in a shareholder or partnership dispute, you can expect that Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan will handle your case with the experience, care, and skill that you should expect and deserve.
If you find yourself or your business in the midst of a shareholder or partnership dispute, you need experienced legal representation to help guide you through the dispute and protect your and/or your business’s rights and interests. Don’t let a dispute scuttle the hard work and success you and your business have achieved. Schedule an initial consultation with an attorney at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan today to learn more about your rights and options and discuss how our firm can help you obtain the best possible result in your shareholder or partnership dispute.
Your specific rights when you have a disagreement with other shareholders or partners regarding decisions and strategy for your company will depend on the governance documents for your company (such as bylaws, shareholder agreements, operating agreements, or partnership agreements). However, generally speaking you may be entitled to obtain books and records from the company to help make your argument in favor of a decision or strategy, or you may be able to propose a resolution at a shareholders’ or partners’ meeting in favor of your proposal.
If you believe the directors of your company are acting inappropriately or breaching their duties to you or to the company, it is important that you act quickly. If there is an individual director you have concerns about, you can ask the board to take action against that director in the company’s name. Or you may choose to file a derivative action against the directors for breaching their fiduciary duties. You should speak to an experienced corporate attorney about your rights and options when you have concerns about your company’s directors.