Written by attorney Regina M. Campbell

4 Common Causes of Shareholder Disputes

A shareholder agreement can come in handy when there are two or more shareholders in a corporation. It can cover buy-sell rights for shares, restrictions on transferring shares, voting rights, and a shareholder’s salary and employment duties. The more comprehensive your shareholder agreement, the more likely you are to prevent disputes among shareholders. To understand why the agreement is so important, consider some of the common causes of shareholder disputes.

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Shareholder disputes can cause serious financial and operational problems in your business. You should consider having a knowledgeable attorney look over your shareholder agreement to ensure it covers all your bases. Call The Campbell Law Group ( at 305.460.0145 to discuss the legal needs of your business. Our business attorneys will go above and beyond to ensure you get total legal protection.

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