Shareholder, Partnership or Limited Liability Partnership Disputes

Have you had a dispute with your fellow Directors or Shareholders of a Limited Company or Partners or Members of an LLP? You need specialist legal advice before the situation gets worse.

Shareholder / Partnership Disputes / LLP Disputes

Our Commercial Litigation Team are able to provide expert advice to you on the law governing your rights and the potential relief available to you, whether you are a Director, Partner, Member or Shareholder. We work in tandem with our Corporate Commercial team to assist you through this complex area of law to achieve a cost effective resolution.

Court proceedings are not always necessary. Our solicitors are able to advise you on the alternative options available in resolving your disputes. If Court proceedings are necessary we possess the requisite experience and knowledge to represent you through to Trial.

Click here to read more about the types of shareholder, director and partnership disputes that can arise.

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