Providing Businesses With The Dispute Resolution Guidance They Need
When a business has an issue with another business or outside party, it can be a difficult situation. However, an equally challenging matter arises when there is an internal business dispute. When shareholders, partners or other involved parties disagree, it can negatively impact the business.
To preserve the reputation, integrity and revenue-earning potential of the business, it is best to enlist an experienced attorney to help resolve the issues as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. At Robert W. York & Associates, we understand how internal business issues can affect a business. As a business ourselves, as well as advocates who have handled numerous internal business issues for clients, we have insight into situations that may arise, such as:
- Partnership disputes
- Shareholder disputes
- Contract disputes, including breach of contract
- Employment law issues
Dissolutions Of Business Entities
When a dispute results in the need for the resolution of the structure of the business, we can help. We represent all forms of businesses in dissolutions, such as corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs), limited liability partnerships (LLPs) or others.
All owners, partners and shareholders must work cooperatively with the best interests of the business in mind or the entity may not be able to function properly. The individuals involved must agree on the terms of the dissolution of the business. If they do not, a court order may be necessary.
Strategic Thinking And Varied Approaches
As we strive to find an end to your case that both benefits and minimizes any impact to your business, our firm examines all avenues of resolution. This means that we will take the case to court whenever necessary to see that you and the business are protected. Though this is not always the best-suited resolution for every situation. Our firm can also negotiate with the other parties outside of court to attempt to reach an end to the situation without involving the cost and time-consuming nature of a trial.