“It is important for clients to focus at the outset on a strategy that minimizes the impact on the business and, where possible, attempts to take emotions out of the equation.”
Small companies and their owners are often faced with disputes over corporate governance, misappropriation of business opportunities and emotional issues that carry “bet the company” risks due to the loss of productivity and performance. Large companies face challenges to business strategies and performance by shareholders and, in some instances, by creditors. Whether your company is a closely held family business or a Fortune 500 company, our attorneys can help you devise a cost-effective, efficient and calculated business decision-driven strategy to achieve your objectives while leaving the company intact. This approach is especially important when emotions are involved that cloud the business judgment of the disagreeing parties.
Industry Experience: Professional corporations, family businesses and closely held corporations.
If you are considering seeking advice from counsel, here is what we suggest you keep in mind:
- Focus at the outset on a strategy that minimizes the impact on the business.
- Develop a strategy based on reasonable expectations rather than emotions.
- Periodically review and modify the strategy when appropriate.