Like a marriage, a business partnership can start out with a collective mindset and the best of intentions only to encounter disagreements and often heated conflict. If you are involved in a shareholder dispute, it is important to obtain legal counsel from an experienced attorney who has a full understanding of your rights as a shareholder, including those in a closely held corporation, a limited liability company (LLC), or any other entity and what the respective rights of the parties are, whether they be the majority or minority shareholder.
At The Massaro Legal Group, LLC, in Indianapolis, Indiana, attorney Jason M. Massaro represents shareholders in a wide range of disputes filed in greater Indianapolis and across the state, including:
- Minority shareholder rights
- Inspection rights
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Buy-sell disputes
- Executive compensation
- Buyout disputes
- Business succession disputes
- Shareholder appraisal rights
- Disputes over profit sharing
- Disputes regarding personnel decisions
Understand All Of Your Options For Resolving Your Shareholder Dispute
Shareholder disputes are also similar to failed marriages in the high level of emotions that can erupt. It is important to work with an attorney who has a proven record of seeking all possible solutions. A shareholder dispute does not have to end an individual’s ties to a company, but the wrong lawyer can lead you down that path.
With nearly two decades of business litigation experience, Jason has the skills necessary to present your case and protect your rights in court if a resolution cannot be reached through negotiation or mediation. If the parties involved are interested in resolving the dispute and moving forward intact, Jason can assist in negotiating or developing a comprehensive shareholders’ agreement that will help prevent future disagreements.
It is also important to stress that our clients work directly with Jason from the initial consultation through the resolution of the case. His emphasis on clear communication and ease of accessibility ensures that you will be informed about the status of your case throughout.
If you are embroiled in a shareholder dispute or see a potential dispute looming, we welcome the opportunity to review the situation and recommend the best course of action. Call us at 317-669-2994 or use our online contact form to schedule an initial consultation.