Disputes arising between directors, shareholders or partners of any business can have detrimental effects on the company. Getting the dispute resolved quickly and effectively should be everyone’s priority.
At Gorvins Solicitors, our expert litigation and dispute team will give you tactical, commercial and strategic advice while also highlighting your rights and obligations as a director or shareholder. We know a lengthy courtroom battle is not something that any business wants to be involved in and we always, where possible, attempt alternative methods including arbitration, mediation and round table settlement discussions.
Contact our specialist Commercial Dispute team today on 0161 930 5151, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill in our enquiry form and we will contact you.
We have acted for shareholders, company directors, partners, LLP and companies in a wide range of boardroom disputes. Resolving the dispute can be a complicated process, especially when it is fraught and stressful between those involved. Our uncomplicated approach aims to save you time and money so your business can continue developing.
Our expertise in boardroom disputes include:
Gorvins Solicitors has one of the largest and most recognised commercial litigation team in the North West. As a Top Tier Legal 500 firm and boasting ‘elite’ and recognised solicitors in this field, you can be sure to receive a high level of technical ability and a solution-driven approach to your dispute.
Call the dispute team today on 0161 930 5151, e-mail email@example.com, or fill in our enquiry form and we will call you back.
There can be many reasons for a partnership dispute. These include
Unlike many other business entities, you can enter into a partnership unintentionally. With no written agreement required in certain instances, it makes partnership disputes especially tricky. That’s why it’s particularly important to put such documentation and management agreements in place via a solicitor.
A good solicitor will normally attempt to resolve the dispute by attempting mediation, arbitration or adjudication before moving on to litigation. If the dispute ends up going to litigation, it becomes more complicated and much more expensive so its best to avoid this if possible.
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