New York Internal Business Dispute Lawyer
Corporations, limited liability companies (LLC), and partnerships are creatures of statute. Provisions in the laws of the state in which the business is created set forth rules about the management and operation of the business and the rights and obligations of the business owners and managers, such as how the owners vote on business matters, elect and remove the managers and combine with other businesses.
In addition to the rules laid out by statute, the shareholders, LLC members and partners of a business typically enter into detailed written contracts that outline who will be directors or managing members, provide special rules as to how business decisions will be made, set forth limits on the transfer of interests in the business, provide a mechanism for leaving the business and much more.
The interplay between these state statutes and particular contracts are at the center of LLC, partnership and shareholder disputes. At the New York law firm of Arthur R. Lehman, we have more than 30 years of experience successfully resolving complex disputes. Our record of results speaks for itself.
Beyond Breach of Contract
Essentially, most internal company disputes are breach of contract disputes. However, the contracts involved are unique and nuanced. Perhaps a director exceeded his or her power as outlined in articles of incorporation or company bylaws. Perhaps a specific provision was breached that detailed when and where meetings were to be held. Perhaps a shareholder or member is petitioning to dissolve the company. No matter how complex the dispute may be, we can handle it.
We will work closely with you to make certain that our legal strategy is perfectly aligned with your goals. We will keep you involved as your case progresses. You can count on us to work toward your goal in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Learn More About How We Can Help You
Whether you are interested in having us handle your case, are looking for feedback about the direction your case is currently going in or are a fellow lawyer seeking assistance, call (212) 697-2715 or e-mail us to schedule a consultation with our New York business partnership dispute attorney.