Tampa Corporate Disputes Lawyer
Business entities of any type may find themselves embroiled in internal disputes among executives, officers, board members or owners. Corporations face complicated legal difficulties when disputes arise between the shareholders—who own the company—and the board of directors—which is charged with management of the company. Who wields ultimate decision making authority, and who bears the responsibility for decisions that are made? The Tampa business litigation attorneys at Older, Lundy, Alvarez & Koch have decades of experience resolving such questions. Call on our firm for practical legal advice, litigation strategy, risk management and representation in the resolution of corporate, partnership and shareholder disputes in the Tampa Bay area and throughout Florida.
Corporate disputes run the gambit from internal operational disputes to outside takeover attempts. Our experienced business litigators help engage in creative problem-solving and aggressive advocacy to find the right solution to your particular legal needs. Contact our Tampa office for advice and representation in:
- Officers and directors disputes
- Corporate restructuring
- Hostile takeovers
- Mergers & Acquisitions
People go into business together with the best of intentions. Sometimes they are family members, sometimes friends. A dispute among partners threatens to destroy not only a potentially-lucrative business relationship, but also a profound personal relationship as well. Whether your goals are to salvage a damaged relationship, part ways amicably, or enforce important rights, our experienced Tampa business litigators can ably represent you in negotiation, mediation or litigation that offers the best chance at a successful resolution. Common partnership disputes include:
- Buy-sell agreements and business succession
- Transfer, sale or dissolution
- Business operational decisions
Shareholders are in a unique position in the American corporation. They technically own the company, and they may have a say in some of the overarching business decisions, but they are rarely involved in the daily activities of the business. When shareholders feel aggrieved by the way the company is being run, they may file a shareholder derivative suit. The corporation in such an action may be the defendant, the plaintiff, or both, depending upon the nature of the suit. Our attorneys are equipped to handle the most complex litigation and represent your interests in litigation and arbitration of corporate disputes.
Resolve Tampa Corporate Disputes with the Help ofOlder, Lundy, Alvarez & Koch Attorneys
For corporate disputes in Tampa, call Older, Lundy, Alvarez & Koch at 813-254-8998 for practical advice and effective assistance from skilled and knowledgeable Tampa business law attorneys.