SHAREHOLDER & PARTNERSHIP DISPUTES
Business Dispute Resolution and Litigation
Resolve Partnership and Shareholder Disputes Quickly and Effectively
At the law firm of Haley Palmersheim, S.C., our experienced attorneys have decades of experience representing clients in shareholder and partnership disputes. We work hard to resolve disputes quickly and effectively through negotiation and litigation when necessary.
Disputes between owners and officers or disputes among shareholders can disrupt the operations of a business and cost the business substantial amounts of money in lost profits and litigation expenses. At Haley Palmersheim, S.C., our experience in business disputes helps us provide professional, quality representation for shareholder and partnership disputes that meets our clients' individual needs.
Our firm represents a wide range of businesses, including family businesses, closely held corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships and other types of companies. Contact us to learn more about how we can resolve your shareholder or partnership dispute. Such disputes can be prevented by having an experienced attorney prepare.
Experienced Business Law Attorneys in Wisconsin
Business disputes between shareholders or between owners and officers can occur for a variety of reasons, from the simple to the complex, but any business dispute has the potential to significantly impact the business and any minority owners or shareholders of the business.
These disputes include cases such as:
- Breach of contract
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Corporate liquidation
- Minority shareholder oppression
- Business dissolution
- Diversion of assets
Our lawyers will thoroughly investigate the situation to determine what happened and the best way to help our client resolve legal issues. We will look at articles of incorporation, business bylaws, buy-and-sell agreements, statutes and other important documents to determine if businesses have violated their own rules. We may also try to extract our client from a poor business situation by achieving an equitable buyout. Fast action is often the key to successful resolution.
In any business dispute, it is usually favorable for all parties involved to reach a settlement agreement instead of moving forward into litigation. When litigation is necessary, however, we are prepared to aggressively defend our clients' rights.
Contact Haley Palmersheim, S.C.
Contact us at our Madison, Wisconsin, office by calling (608) 836-6400. Speak with an experienced attorney about your business law or litigation issue.