Privately Owned Business Disputes
Owners of privately owned businesses often encounter intracompany disputes that arise as a result of their capital and management structures. Shareholders in corporations and members in limited liability companies often serve as their company’s’ principal management level employees.
They often wear several hats which expose them to special risks and require that they abide specific duties and responsibilities controlled by state laws. Understanding these risks, duties and responsibilities is essential. HHBJ’s attorneys have decades of experience handling disputes that arise out of privately owned businesses, both as legal and business counselors and in the courtroom. They are recognized experts in this area of the law. Below, are several of the practice areas in which they excel.