Resolving Ownership Disputes and Protecting Minority Shareholder Rights
The relationship between owners can make or break a business. Although conflicts regarding trust, control and money can lead to more serious problems, many business partners are not looking to talk with New York partnership disputes lawyers at the first sign of conflict. They are interested in resolving their problems. With offices in New York and New Jersey, Davidson & Grannum, LLP, works with businesses across the nation to resolve partnership disputes and establish shareholder rights.
- Ownership disputes: Partnership disputes often boil down to contract disputes. Although it depends on the details of the agreements, the majority shareholder is usually the fiduciary as well. If there are doubts about the integrity of a business partner's actions, perceptions of unfairness, and issues of control and decision-making power must be objectively evaluated and addressed. Attorneys at the firm can help you determine the most effective way to proceed. The legal team works with doctors, lawyers and other professionals who are interested in leaving their partnerships.
- Minority shareholder rights: Many minority shareholders have valid concerns that their rights will be trampled by majority shareholders. However, minority shareholders have rights that cannot be compromised by corporate bylaws. Shareholders have the right to access information about the corporation, specifically records of shareholders and accounting books. If those rights are denied or the records show troubling information, minority shareholders should contact a lawyer.
Contact Experienced Stamford Ownership Dispute Lawyers
Davidson & Grannum litigators protect clients' rights in business-related matters. The firm is active in the trial of matters before federal and state courts, and administrative agencies in New York, New Jersey and across the nation. Learn more about the legal protection available in your situation by contacting the firm online or calling 877-854-2510.