Accountings, Dissolutions, Breach of Fiduciary Duty
When disputes arise among business partners, preserving the relationship and finding an effective resolution is often essential to the ongoing operations of the business. If the partners are still running the business, there are fiduciary duties and accounting requirements owed to the partners. To facilitate a timely and effective resolution of your dispute, it is essential to have an experienced legal professional representing you.
Brown & Charbonneau, LLP has extensive experience representing clients involved in partnership disputes in a wide variety of areas including failed business ventures, family businesses, fraud, bad real estate deals and many more. With our 75+ years of combined legal experience as well as strong business and finance backgrounds, our Irvine business lawyers are prepared to help you find the best resolution for your organization. For example, can an owner who is an officer and director resign and start a competing company?
Business disputes may be resolved through a negotiated settlement, through litigation or through alternative dispute resolution such as mediation or arbitration. Our Irvine partnership dispute lawyers have trial experience but are also skilled negotiators who can work to help you find an amicable solution outside of court. Call today to speak with a member of our legal team to learn more about how we can assist when a partnership dispute is affecting you.
Irvine Partnership Disputes Attorney Can Represent You
When a business begins operations, a partnership agreement should be drafted to provide information on the rights and responsibilities of the involved parties. The agreement should specify how disputes are to be resolved.
If you have a partnership agreement governing your relationship with other business owners, the contract will play an instrumental role in resolving your disagreement. Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can assist with the interpretation and implementation of partnership agreement terms.
If no partnership agreement exists, open communication on the disputed issues is often the best way to resolve problems. It is important to keep emotions out of the discussion and to keep focused on the bigger picture of what is best for your business. At Brown & Charbonneau, LLP, our partnership dispute lawyers can help you develop a strategic approach to resolving your differences. We will work with you to understand your legal rights and options, to explore proposed solutions and to negotiate openly and effectively with your business partner.
Preserving your ongoing working relationship is essential to maintaining business integrity and our attorneys keep this focus in mind, while also ensuring we do everything possible to protect our client’s individual interests. Our representation is always tailored towards you and we make it possible to focus on finding solutions rather than focusing on problems.
Getting Help from an Irvine Partnership Disputes Lawyer
Brown & Charbonneau, LLP provides affordable legal representation to partners involved in business disputes. We have helped clients with both large and small businesses to find creative solutions to disputes arising over:
- Ownership structure and issues
- Receivers, Injunctions and Temporary Restraining Orders
- Management direction
- Interpretation of governing documents and contracts
- Financial mismanagement
- Breach of fiduciary duty and other misconduct
- Unfair competition and trade secrets
- Misappropriation of funds or business assets
- Succession issues
- Dissolution and wind up of business
- Lease issues going forward
- General Counsel and consulting services
In any dispute, we can advise you on reaching a negotiated settlement; seeking an injunction to protect business interests; or the tactical role that litigation can play in protecting your rights.
Whether compromise is your goal or your objective is a buyout or a court verdict in your favor, our attorneys will work to help you define and achieve your desired outcome. Contact us today at (866) 237-8129 to speak with a member of our legal team and learn more about how we can assist you. Or, you can email us at email@example.com