Partnership & shareholder disputes

  • Overview
  • In owner managed organisations and businesses, the relationships amongst directors are partners are key. However relationships can break down and disagreements can become quite unpleasant and protracted.

    The impact of such disputes can be significant, especially for the individuals involved, but also for employees, the business and even customers/suppliers/stakeholders.

    These circumstances require confident, calm and pragmatic advice; advice that we can provide. Our experienced commercial and litigation teams regularly deal with disputes and will be on hand to guide you through these difficult circumstances.

    Adam leads an extremely capable team of dispute resolution lawyers. He instinctively knows when his closer personal involvement is required and consistently provides a first rate service with a high success rate.

    Head of Litigation Global Major Corporate,

    We have a wealth of experience in dealing with disputes and routinely utilise our experience in Alternative Dispute Resolution, such as mediation, to achieve a favourable settlement wherever possible.

    We fully appreciate that the often complex nature and sensitivity of these disputes requires proactive and timely advice.

    Our focus is usually on seeking an early resolution to these disputes. However, if necessary, the team has the experience, resource and expertise to handle such disputes whether it be a partnership dispute, breach of director duties, Companies Act action or similar.

    We also have an experienced team of employment lawyers who will be on hand to guide you through the employment aspects of your dispute including contracts, employee exits, disciplinaries, dismissals and more.

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