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Business Litigation And Shareholders’ Rights

When a business deal or provision is in dispute, you need to make sure your rights and entitlements are protected. At Richard A. Low & Company, our lawyers provide people in Lethbridge, Alberta and from surrounding cities, and others in Alberta, with legal strategies to resolve disputes over:

  • Contracts
  • Management and direction
  • Unfair treatment
  • Shareholder rights
  • Transferring and selling shares

Disputes Over Business Operations

Business disputes can involve accounting matters, contract revisions and the sale or purchase of assets and properties. We leverage our knowledge and experience by reviewing your business dispute and quickly identifying the key legal principles involved.

We provide extensive preparation to help you negotiate a settlement or resolution to your legal issue. We will help you resolve your matter and implement a solution that best suits your needs. If the matter heads to court, our negotiations will have laid the ground work to effectively advocate your position in front of a judge, reducing time and costs.

The Rights Of Shareholders

While shareholder agreements are essential to defining your rights and privileges as a shareholders, some matters may require litigation. Disputes can arise in many situations, with many shareholders asking:

  • What happens to someone’s shares when he or she passes away?
  • How are shares valued?
  • Can I force the sale of shares?
  • Can other shareholders withhold my fair share of the applicable profits?

Our firm has over 60 years of combined experience helping business owners and shareholders resolve issues over:

  • Mandatory buyouts
  • Transferring shares to spouses or family members
  • Deadlocked shareholders
  • Making sure your interests are legally supported

Tell Us About Your Legal Matter

If you have a litigation question about business law, contact our firm. Call (587) 800-0409 or send us an email using our online form to schedule a meeting.

When you need legal help, we are here for you.