Vethan Law Firm’s corporate counsel group is comprised of experienced transactional lawyers and business litigators who are dedicated to the considered counsel and zealous representation of clients of all sizes.
The corporate counsel group at VLF can provide the experienced representation you need, whether you are:
Involved in a possible company access and control or partnership disputes
When you and your partners first organize your company, you all have the brightest future in mind. Your business will create or deliver the next great idea, product, or process. You aspire to do better than everyone else and to do better for yourselves.
It is difficult to imagine at the beginning of such as partnership that the relationships between stakeholders could deteriorate.
Shareholder and partnership disputes are among the most emotionally charged issues you can face in your organization. A “business divorce” can be every bit as contentious as a marital one.
Access to experienced counsel can keep matters from becoming uncontrollable.
Through litigation, court-ordered injunctive relief, and preventing the disclosure of sensitive information, the partnership dispute lawyers at VLF take steps to protect your:
For example, a minority shareholder in a prominent Houston machine shop came to legal blows with his partners in court. Vethan Law Firm obtained the dismissal of the claims against the minority partner and successfully prosecuted his counterclaims of profits believed to be illegally taken from the business. The other shareholders quickly settled after seating a jury.
When the right expectations are set at the beginning of a partnership, it is much less likely to devolve into a nasty legal battle. If the partnership is already on rocky shoals, Vethan Law Firm can help right the boat and charter a better course while defending partners from outrageous claims.
The Vethan Law Firm stands ready to represent your business aggressively to stop the bleeding and protect your business opportunities.
Check out our blog posts on shareholder & partnership disputes: