Our commercial litigation and dispute resolution team have a wealth of knowledge in dealing with partnership, director and shareholder disputes.
Disagreements can sometimes occur between the directors or shareholders of a company, or the partners of a business, regarding such matters as conflicts of interest, unfair prejudice, breaches of director’s duties and much more. These disputes are frequently acrimonious as the parties to the dispute have often worked very closely together building up the business, only to have fallen out later. The individuals concerned understandably wish to protect their positions and to ensure that the dispute is dealt with so that the business can continue where appropriate with the minimum of disruption.
Expert advice, coupled with a commercial approach, is essential in resolving these types of issues. Our experienced commercial litigation and dispute resolution team will work closely with you to identify the most appropriate course of action in each case and advise on the best outcome for you and your business, which will involve the minimum of disruption to the daily needs of your business.
Our team of solicitors have significant expertise in the following areas:
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