At Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., our Mobile, Alabama commercial litigation lawyers help resolve shareholder disputes. An experienced attorney understands the laws that apply to partnership agreements, and we understand the issues that create tension and bitter partnership disputes. We boast an impressive track record of past commercial and business litigation successes and serve the needs of small and medium-sized businesses statewide. Whether you need routine legal advice regarding a shareholder agreement or strong representation to protect your interests, contact an Alabama commercial litigation attorney today and schedule a free consultation.

Shareholder Disputes

At Burns, Cunningham & Mackey, P.C., we represent individuals as well as small and medium-sized businesses in shareholder and partnership disputes.

A Mobile, Alabama commercial litigation and shareholder disputes attorney at our firm handles claims involving:

  • Shareholder disputes against owners
  • Shareholder disputes against managers
  • Appraisal rights
  • Self-dealing (pursuing business opportunities for one’s personal benefit that conflict with the best interests of the company)
  • The rights of minority owners
  • Executive compensation
  • Buyout agreements
  • Buyout rights
  • Corporate deadlock disputes
  • Breach of fiduciary duty

As with other types of disputes, our lawyers first explore the possibilities of settlement. However, when litigation is unavoidable, we have extensive courtroom experience at both the federal and state levels.

Our commercial litigation lawyers know that an aggressive approach to solving shareholder disputes is not always the best strategy. By listening to your needs and thoroughly understanding your goals, we often find cost effective, unique resolutions to disputes that won’t involve the expense and time of litigation.

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