How specialist director dispute solicitors can help
At Freeman Jones Solicitors, we specialise in areas of partnership relations and disputes including:
- Breach of fiduciary/directors’ duties – these duties are specified in the Companies Act 2006, and include acting only within the powers granted by the company and promoting the company’s success
- Partnership agreements – a written agreement published between members of a partnership which sets out the actions, rights and powers of each partner
- Derivative action (in situations where a director is reluctant to or incapable of rectifying a wrong that has been committed) – these are claims which are brought by one or more shareholders of the company against a director if it is believed they have committed a wrong against the company
- The rights of shareholders and directors – both are separate entities within a company with different rights
If you wish to discuss any of the above matters, then contact us to arrange a free no-obligation consultation with one of our director dispute solicitors.
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