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Company Disputes

Conducting business thorough private companies is a complex and challenging enterprise and one which is increasingly subject to scrutiny by regulators and Parliamentary Committees.

The effective and efficient investigation, identification and resolution of disputes which could be detrimental to wellbeing of the company, the people it employs and with whom it trades is a part of conducting business in a competitive and fast moving commercial world.

Our team of talented dispute resolution solicitors has a wealth of experience in advising boards of directors, groups of shareholders and individuals on the whole range of disputes and disagreements that arise in the corporate world and our expertise spans compromise through mediation to resolution by litigation and arbitration, providing exceptional  levels of advice and service in a range of disputes including:

  • commercial fraud
  • corporate governance
  • deadlocked boards 
  • director disputes
  • directors duties and liabilities
  • internal investigations
  • removal of directors
  • shareholder disputes
  • shareholder agreements

 

 

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