While no one enters into a business as a partner or shareholder with the expectation of a problem, disputes do arise. Often, these disputes require the partners or shareholders to part ways on less-than-friendly terms. Examples of business disputes include: breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, embezzlement, dissolution, diversion of assets, usurpation of corporate opportunities, and trade secret misappropriation.
A dispute involving a partnership or shareholders disrupts the business and, as a result, hurts the company’s profits. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling disputes among shareholders, partners, and members of businesses.
Learn more about our business litigation and counseling practice, including representative cases in this area. Contact GED to discuss how we may be of service in your partnership or shareholder matter.