Shareholder/Partnership Litigation

Shareholder and Partnership Litigation Impacts the Entire Organization

Businesses do not plan to break even and business stakeholders rarely congratulate leadership for doing so. All stakeholders share a desire to be successful no matter the size or scope of the venture. That said, however, not all stakeholders agree on the best way to run the organization. If you are facing a shareholder or partnership dispute, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced business law attorney. Lining up counsel early in a dispute can assist the senior leadership of your organization in making decisions with an eye toward avoiding expensive and distracting litigation.

At the Frisco office of Plunk Smith, PLLC, our dedicated litigation attorneys are prepared to represent you through complex corporate and partnership litigation matters. Often, it is a matter of gaining a clear understanding of your goals and the crux of the dispute. Whether the goals are centered on enforcing a company agreement, dissolving a partnership, or selling the business, our lawyers can provide the guidance you need.

Handling a Broad Range of Business Disputes

Depending on the size and scope of the organization, shareholder and partnership disputes can run a range of topics. What may look like a simple disagreement among business owners or partners can devolve quickly into a lawsuit asserting the following types of claims:

  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Conflicts of interest
  • Non-competition or non-solicitation clause violations
  • Confidentiality and trade secret breaches
  • Intellectual property claims
  • Unfair buyout agreements
  • Disputed compensation packages
  • Family limited partnerships disputes

In Frisco or throughout Texas, if you are facing shareholder litigation, our firm can help. Do not hesitate to call or email our firm to schedule a consultation to discuss the specifics of your matter with an experienced attorney. We accept Check, Visa, MasterCard and American Express as payment for services