Legal action can be extremely disruptive to the day-to-day running of a company and Jarmans Solicitors always recommend that shareholders and directors get legal advice as soon as rumblings of unrest begin. This will help you to protect the value of your business assets.
Some of the more common disputes are listed below. If you find yourself or your business in any of these scenarios, contact our team of experienced business solicitors.
Shareholder disputes can be detrimental for businesses, particularly if Directors are also deadlocked. In most cases it is important to consider the Company Articles of Association and (or) a written Shareholder’s Agreement. Careful negotiation and review will usually lead to resolution.
Where the Company Articles of Association are silent or there isn’t a Shareholder’s Agreement, our team would turn to The Companies Act 2006 to resolve the deadlock.
Directors are major decision makers in every business, so if a company board isn’t working properly it’s likely that your business won’t be either. A director dispute can have an extremely negative impact on the functions of a business.
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