Resolving shareholder disputes


Frequently, individuals investing in a company will have different shareholdings. For example, one of the business owners may be a minority shareholder, perhaps with regular involvement as a director.

The law says that a shareholder of a company can apply to the court for an order on the ground that the company’s affairs are being, or have been, conducted in a manner that is unfairly prejudicial to the interests of its shareholders generally or of some part of its shareholders.

We will listen to what has happened, and read the shareholder agreement (if there is one) and the Articles of Association. If we cannot settle the dispute by Alternative Dispute Resolution such as mediation, you can be confident we shall fight your corner.

For more information, please see our blog post about Shareholder disputes >

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