The Shareholder Rights, Relations and Dispute Resolution Group is committed to resolving shareholder rights disputes and protecting client interests in closely held, nonpublicly traded enterprises. Our firm’s geographic reach, size, and collective breadth and depth of experience enable us to successfully steer our clients through the intricate and often emotional conflicts that affect closely held businesses and their owners. And frequently, our focus on planning helps prevent or minimize such conflicts before they arise.
Our Shareholder Rights, Relations and Dispute Resolution Group handles varying issues involving shareholders, partners, members or venturers (owners). Holland & Knight attorneys are well-versed in the common characteristics guiding ownership structures that lend themselves to conflicts among investors and shareholders, including:
The potential for conflict and stalemate exists in all ownership structures, and our attorneys are poised to handle such disagreements in business ventures with majority-minority ownership structures as well as 50/50 ownership structures.
Our team works swiftly to resolve disputes so that they do not interrupt the daily operations of the organization and impede its overall success.
Our Shareholder Rights, Relations and Dispute Resolution Group harnesses our experiences across legal practice areas and allows us to tailor resolutions to each client’s unique needs. We advise partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations and their owners. Our primary goal is to provide clients with the foresight they need to address the tensions inherent between majority and minority shareholders and their businesses. While the types of conflicts may be foreseeable, every dispute and resolution requires a keen understanding of each client’s unique situation.
Our attorneys’ shared insight helps effect resolutions before costly litigation results. Where mediation, arbitration or litigation is unavoidable, our experienced team is dedicated to efficiently and effectively guiding our clients to resolution.
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