- Business Dissolution
- Fiduciary Duty Claims
- Shareholder Oppression
There are many methods of conducting business in today’s commercial world, including corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies. No matter which method is chosen, special relationships arise amongst those involved and unique rules apply to the operation of the business. Those in charge have various statutory, common law, and other obligations requiring them not only to protect the entity, but also the shareholders, partners, or members of the organization.
There are times when one may fail to faithfully discharge those obligations, thus harming the entity or its members. We at KHK are experienced in the nuances associated with litigation of this nature, including shareholder oppression claims, breach of fiduciary duty claims, breach of loyalty claims, and business dissolution claims. We have been involved in ground-breaking litigation that has protected the rights of shareholders, partners, and members of an LLC. If you are concerned that an officer or director of a corporation, a partner, or a managing member of an LLC is involved in self-dealing or otherwise not acting in good faith, give us a call. We can promptly evaluate the potential claims you have and discuss with you the available options for protecting your rights.