Preventing And Resolving Shareholder, Partnership And LLC Member Disputes
Viable businesses and corporations depend on understandable terms of agreements, such as shareholder and partnership agreements. Limited liability companies sometimes run into trouble when members disagree on how to manage resources, who should do what in those companies and how allegations of unethical actions should be addressed.
At Valenti Hanley PLLC, our attorneys are deeply knowledgeable about partnership disputes, LLC member disputes, shareholder disputes and business valuation disagreements. See our FAQ on partnership and shareholder disputes for more information.
Addressing Internal Disputes
We consult with appropriate experts and knowledgeable professionals to provide accurate business valuation and investigate any peripheral issues involved in any internal dispute. We are equipped to handle all matters related to partnership and LLC member disputes, including
- Breach of fiduciary duty claims
- Breach of partnership agreements
- Wind downs
- Business dissolutions
- Operating agreement controversies
- Accusations of “piercing the corporate veil’
Preventing Operations Disruptions Over Shareholder Disputes
Our business law attorneys provide skilled, determined representation for shareholders when conflicts such as these develop or escalate:
- Conflicts over minority interests and rights of minority shareholders
- Squeeze-outs of minority shareholders
- Unauthorized sale of securities
- Disputed sale of shares
- Disagreements over business buy-sell agreements
- Stock restriction agreements
- Subscription agreements
Knowledgeable Leaders Serving The Kentucky Business Community
Valenti Hanley PLLC is a source of sophistication rarely found in law firms of our moderate size. Our law practice combines large-firm adeptness with small-firm personalization.
We welcome inquiries regarding any internal disputes affecting Kentucky businesses and corporations. To request an attorney’s evaluation of your case, contact our law offices at 502-208-5017 or complete a simple online form for a prompt, thoughtful response.