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shareholder and partnership disputes

Business owners rely on their partners (in a partnership) and fellow shareholders (in a closely-held corporation) to work hard for the benefit of the business enterprise and to treat one another with fairness. When a fellow partner or shareholder breaks that trust, the financial harm often is accompanied by feelings of personal betrayal. Many believe that a majority owner of a company can do anything he wants with the company and its finances, regardless of the impact on the other owners. The law, however, provides protections for minority shareholders and partners who are being abused by a majority owner of a company.

Marshall & Kellow can assist those who are oppressed by abusive majority owners to fight back and protect your investment. On the other hand, if you are unfairly accused of such oppression, Marshall & Kellow can aggressively defend you against such accusations.