Disputes Between Partners, LLC Members And Shareholders of Closely-Held Corporations
At Rosenberg, Giger and Perala P.C., our attorneys have significant litigation experience in disputes between partners, LLC members and co-owners of closely-held corporations, including internal management disputes; deadlock issues; breach of fiduciary duty claims; and the dissolution of the enterprise.
Our attorneys take particular pride in developing and implementing pre-litigation solutions to these often complicated cases, which require a particular sensitivity in light of the close (and sometimes familial) relationships between the now-battling co-venturers. Our experience in these types of cases includes litigating claims involving:
- The division of a real estate empire that included 130 shopping centers in various states among four brothers who previously had managed the family’s holdings through a partnership
- Fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims involving the purchase and sale of the assets of closely-held entities
- Claims and disputes involving breaches of LLC operating agreements, shareholder agreements and other contractual documentation governing the relationship of co-venturers
We have nearly seven decades of combined legal experience, much of which has been spent inside federal and state courts throughout the country. While we always use our best efforts to bring your matter to an efficient, prompt and successful pre-trial resolution, we are always prepared to vindicate your rights through trial and appeal, if necessary.