Contracts are the central guiding documents in nearly all business agreements, decisions, and actions. A good contract clearly states the requirements of all involved, the expectations for the contracted parties, and more. When one or more parties involved in a contract violate their terms, fail to deliver on their contracted agreement, act in a way that is not allowed, or otherwise disregard to agreement laid out in a contract, one way to seek remedy is through litigation. Contracts can be exceptionally complicated, and it will require an experienced attorney to make sense of all of the details of a contract in order to understand all available options during litigation.
When a group works together in business, they are each expected (and legally obligated) to uphold their parts of the deal and to act in a way that benefits all involved. In some cases, individuals or groups within a corporation may act to defraud investors, shareholders, or other parties involved in the business in order to benefit themselves. If you are the victim of fraud or are uncertain of whether or not what you have experienced is considered to be fraud, we will be happy to help you understand your situation from a legal perspective, and develop a strategy to seek justice.
Shareholder oppression is a general term for a variety of situations where the majority shareholder (or group of shareholders) act in a way that denies the majority shareholder (or shareholders) of their rights to managerial or financial benefits and decisions in a corporation. As a shareholder in a corporation, regardless of the percentage of control you have, you are legally protected from actions that are meant to harm you for the benefit of others involved in the business. There are a variety of different ways that we can work with you to seek compensation or remedy for these situations and will be happy to review your case and determine the most appropriate course of action.
Texas Attorney, Wade McClure, understands the success of your business depends on the sale of your products, services, and a healthy business partnership. But disagreements and opposing interests within the company leadership can put the whole operation in jeopardy. When business partners begin to deviate from their mutual agreements, the ownership, management, and even the foundation of the business are in danger. This does not always mean it is the end of the road, but an opportunity to find common ground and move toward a solution that can benefit both parties.