Missouri Business Law Attorney
Protecting Shareholders' Rights in Business Litigation
The shareholders and partners of a business are often people who have helped build businesses from the bottom up. Many have served the business well throughout the lifetime of a company. They deserve not only a voice in operating the business. They also deserve to be treated fairly with respect to all decisions that are made.
At our Kansas City law firm — the Carter Law Offices — Attorney Doug Carter brings over three decades of experience in business law and litigation to the cases we handle. Together with a knowledgeable legal team, he represents the interests of businesses, partners or shareholders in a broad spectrum of business matters, including resolution of shareholder disputes.
We have substantial experience handling many different types of business and shareholder disputes:
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Employment disputes
- Real estate/real property
- Financial disputes
- Dividend issues
- Returns on investment
- Shareholder oppression litigation including minority "squeeze outs"
- Shareholders Agreement and other contract disputes
Encouraging Practical Solutions
At the Carter Law Offices, we encourage practical solutions that reduce the financial impact of legal action on our clients' businesses. Practical solutions often include alternative dispute resolution methods, such as negotiation, mediation or arbitration. If our clients choose to pursue those options, we are well prepared for success.
However, litigation is often necessary. In certain situations — such as when the successes of a business is at stake — it is an extremely effective tactic. In these cases, Attorney Doug Carter does not hesitate to take action. Widely known as a formidable trial lawyer, he uses proven legal strategies to achieve the best possible results in court.
People who invest in businesses have certain rights that must be protected. To protect your rights, contact the Carter Law Offices at 816-283-3500 . You may also contact us online. Your first consultation is, of course, free.