Ownership and management of a business with fellow members, shareholders or partners can be difficult. At times, like a marriage, the best thing for the business is a “business divorce.” And that is precisely what many disputes between business owners resemble.
Whether your split is amicable or cutthroat, you need guidance in managing the departure effectively to maximize your return on investment and, if you are the purchaser, make certain the business can succeed moving forward.
John W. Clark IV has represented countless shareholders and members in splits and disputes regarding ownership. John can help you find a solution to your dispute that works for you. John has experience with various shareholder or member disputes, including:
Member (limited Liability Company) Litigation
Shareholder (corporation) Litigation
Shareholder Derivative Disputes and Litigation
Shareholder/Member purchase agreements
Shareholder/Member option exercises
For counsel experienced in the art of the “business breakup” in Birmingham, Alabama, across Alabama or in the Florida panhandle, call Clark Law Firm PC.
Assisted majority shareholders in repurchase of stock of minority member
Assisted widow of minority shareholder (founder) in maximizing recovery from the repurchase of her husband’s membership interest
Settled shareholder dispute for local HVAC company after terminating minority owner
Settled derivative complaint involving homeowners’ association members’ complaints related to development of planned neighborhood