Shareholder disputes are business divorces full of emotion, often involving complex and factually dependent claims and can be the end of the business. Learn more about the difference between direct and derivative claims, pre-suit procedural requirements to satisfy, proving and defending against such claims, and off-ramps to such litigation.
- The difference between direct claims and derivative claims
- Procedural requirements to satisfy before filing
- Proving your claim and defenses against such claim
- Alternative methods of resolving shareholder disputes
Brandon Schwartz, Esq.