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Shareholder Disputes

Our attorneys can help hold parties accountable for their actions

Disputes between shareholders, executives, partners or the board of directors often quickly become complicated, contentious legal battles that threaten the livelihood of a business or corporation. That’s why it’s important for businesses or individuals involved in a shareholder dispute to promptly seek legal advice.

Our experienced attorneys at Eller Tonnsen Bach, LLC can provide the legal guidance and support you need to navigate your way through such a complex business litigation matter. We understand the laws governing such disputes. We know what strategies often work. As your lawyer, we can advise you on what approach to take based on your specific circumstances.

What are common shareholder disputes?

Disputes between shareholders, partners or other parties responsible for operating a business can cover a wide range. Common shareholder disputes include:

These are just a few examples of shareholder disputes. There are many other types of disputes. In each case, each one often requires its own, unique approach to addressing specific conflicts.

What options are available for resolving such disputes?

Shareholders often have several options when it comes to resolving such disputes. These include:

Whatever option you may be considering to resolve your shareholder dispute, it’s important to understand the legal ramifications of such decisions and all the options available to you. An attorney can explain those options and which one makes the most sense for your specific circumstances.

Who can I take legal action against?

Depending the nature of your shareholder dispute, you may be able to file lawsuit or take other legal action against one or more of the following parties:

The Corporations Act and other various rules and regulations govern such legal actions. To learn more about your legal options, talk to an attorney with experience handling cases involving shareholder disputes.

How much does it cost to hire a shareholder dispute attorney?

Legal battles involving shareholders, corporations and other parties can add up fast. That’s why it’s important to talk to a prospective attorney up front about how much they charge for their services.

Many lawyers take costs into account when representing shareholders or corporations. These attorneys appreciate and understand the importance of finding cost-effective solutions that produce positive results. That’s why it’s critical for prospective clients to ask these questions during an initial consultation with an attorney.

How our law firm can assist you

Our experienced legal team knows how to handle legal cases involving contentious shareholder disputes. Attorney Adam C. Bach in particular has extensive experience representing shareholders and corporations (large and small) embroiled in such legal battles.

As your legal team, we can evaluate the situation and explain which strategy (or strategies) makes the most sense based on your specific circumstances. Since we carefully select which cases we handle, we can also provide the personalized attention your legal matter deserves and keep you informed of our progress on your case.

Put your trust in a law firm that puts your needs first. Contact us and schedule an appointment at one of our three office locations in South Carolina and North Carolina.

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Greenville, SC

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Greenville, SC 29605

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Charlotte, NC 28277

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Charleston, SC

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Charleston, SC 29492

(843) 548-1670

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