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Litigation and disputes involving business partners

On Behalf of | Apr 12, 2019 | Business Litigation |

For some businesses, partnerships play a central role in the success of the establishment. There are many reasons why people may decide to move forward with a partnership, and this can offer a number of advantages. However, it can also lead to complications, especially when a dispute arises. In some instances, these disagreements can even result in litigation, which can be incredibly costly and time-consuming. If you have found yourself in the middle of a lawsuit which involves a business partner, it is vital to pinpoint the correct course of action.

Disputes between business partners can take various forms. For example, a disagreement may arise between two partners who are the co-owners of a business, or it may involve two friends who were working together even though there was no written contract in place. Sometimes, these disputes can involve a group of partners, which can be especially complicated.

These disagreements may surface for any number of reasons, whether there is disagreement over the way in which some aspect of the business is being run or one party believes that their rights were violated due to the breach of a contract. Unfortunately, these disputes can be disastrous, especially if they result in the destruction of a long-term partnership which played a central role in the success of the business.

You may be able to settle a dispute with your business partners without heading to court, or litigation may be inevitable. Either way, it is very important to have a solid understanding of your options.

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