The energy and services sector in Houston rely on small to midsize businesses that provide a unique service/deliverable. A company must operate with shareholders or partners who work for the benefit of the business, and do not engage in any self-dealing activity. What may have been initial disagreements as to how the business should continue may quickly devolve into a legal battle for the control of the business and its assets.
Don’t Think a Partnership or Shareholder Dispute Can’t Happen to You
partnership disputes or shareholder disputes are oftentimes between former trusted friends, colleagues, or family members, and can threaten the continued operation of the business. As specialized businesses in Houston strive to provide exceptional products and services to customers, a partner or shareholder who acts illegally to take benefits for him or herself at the expense of the business jeopardizes the very existence of the company. VLF’s attorneys first seek to stop the wrongdoer from further harming the business, and then will aggressively go after the bad actor to compensate the business and the other shareholders or business partners for the economic harm inflicted on the company by the self-dealing partner or shareholder.
Although not every partnership dispute may be avoided, when several parties decide to pool their resources to form a new business venture, certain steps must be taken to avoid very contentious and very personal shareholder dispute or partnership dispute litigation. Speak with VLF’s attorneys regarding:
I’d like to thank you, Charles, for making a very stressful nine-and-a-half months tolerable!
But most importantly, thank you for your ability to recognize the validity of my case and to professionally litigate it to the most successful conclusion. If there’s ever a need to use my name for a reference as a satisfied client, please do not hesitate to do so. I am also going to contact Ross & Matthews and thank them for recommending your law firm.
Barbara FreemanSGM LawsuiteApril 10, 2016
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