Shareholders Conflicts

A shareholder is a person who owns shares of stock in a corporation, or joint stock company, or limited liability company (LLC). There are situations when shareholders, often in a small corporation, get into conflict pertaining to their business responsibilities, share of profits, and amount of investments, their duties, and other issues.

Often, more influential shareholders, with more control in the corporation, abuse their power to the detriment of corporate shareholders minority. They remove minority shareholders from the corporation, appropriate their shares, and withhold earnings and profits that should have been shared with corporate minority.

Our firm was able to help minority shareholders to recover their corporate investments, get their fair share of profit, and reinstate their control in the corporation. We were also able to defend the corporate interest against individual shareholders or minority shareholders.