Shareholder Disputes and Unfair Prejudice claims
We have significant experience of acting for shareholders in relation to shareholder disputes and unfair prejudice claims under section 994 of the Companies Act 2006, and have acted for:
- Shareholders who have been unfairly prejudiced against.
- Shareholders facing allegations of unfair prejudice.
This is a complex area of law with various traps for the unwary, and we also appreciate that very real commercial implications of a shareholder dispute on the underlying business.
Whilst we are willing to litigate shareholder disputes through the Courts if necessary, we have significant experience of Alternative Dispute Resolution, including mediation.
For further information on shareholder disputes and unfair prejudice, see our Guide to Unfair Prejudice Against Shareholders.
Whilst shareholder disputes and unfair prejudice claims can by their nature be complex, time-consuming and expensive, we are happy to have an initial discussion about potential claims either without charge or, if the claims are complex, on the basis of a pre-agreed fixed fee for initial advice.