How Partnership Disputes Arise
A partnership dispute may arise over a partnership or shareholder agreement or a breach of fiduciary duties. In a business relationship, the partners or shareholders are usually required to share the profits and losses of any business venture. A breach of fiduciary duty could arise if one partner takes a business opportunity away from the partnership and makes a profit.
As a partner in a business, you want to resolve any disputes as quickly as possible and protect your interests and assets.
The attorneys at Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner in Houston are experienced in handling partnership disputes and defending the rights of our clients when they face unresolved issues with a partner. To learn how we can help with your business partnership dispute, contact our office online or call 713-396-3964 (toll free 800-594-4884) to set up a free consultation.
If you suspect that your partner or partners have unlawfully or wrongfully breached a duty, you should begin an investigation immediately to protect your interests, your assets and your business. We will quickly and efficiently resolve your partnership disputes so that you can protect your investments and your assets.
Handling Partnership Agreements and Disputes
If you are facing a partnership dispute or a breach of fiduciary duty in your partnership, our attorneys can provide you with the legal advice you need to protect your rights and investments in your business. Our business litigation lawyers are experienced in handling:
- Partnership disputes involving limited partnerships (LP), general partnerships (GP) and limited liability partnerships (LLP)
- Shareholder disputes
- Corporate fraud and corporate theft actions, including conspiracy, embezzlement and conversion
- Patent infringement and trade secrets
- Usurpation of partnership or corporate opportunities
- Business disparagement
- Breach of fiduciary duties
- Business dissolution
- Other business litigation
Experienced Business Dispute Lawyers
If your partner has breached a fiduciary duty, you can pursue a claim for the losses sustained by your business. Our partnership law attorneys will thoroughly investigate that breach and file a claim to ensure that your rights and business investments are protected. We will hire the appropriate accountants, forensic business evaluators, investigators, financial experts and evaluators to collect the evidence necessary for your claim.
Whether you are seeking to recover lost profits or dissolve the partnership, we will protect your best interests. For a free consultation, call 713-396-3964 (toll free 800-594-4884) or contact us online. Our experienced Houston, Texas, lawyers are dedicated to achieving results for every client, in every case. Se habla español.