Business partnerships are much like any other consensual relationship. Sometimes, they end earlier than anticipated. Disputes among business partners can be civil or contentious. Regardless of whether consensual or not, the break-up will be governed by the operating or partnership agreements the partners have executed. But it is not unusual to see sophisticated business owners who have not signed an agreement or perhaps their agreement is simply outdated. With or without an agreement, when a dispute arises, businesses and partners need independent counsel representing their particular interests. Most important is the selection of counsel with experience navigating the interplay between the agreements, if any, the applicable law and the facts to provide the best opportunity to achieve the desired outcome.
At Bast Amron we have the expertise and experience to handle all issues arising out of corporate divorces, whether by litigation, by arbitration, by agreement or otherwise. We have arbitrated and litigated on behalf of parties on all sides of these disputes, interpreting and applying the laws and terms of operating or partnership agreements. And our business insolvency practice allows our clients to fully explore and take advantage of any number of alternative means for protecting the company during the course of an ownership dispute. With Bast Amron by your side, both you and your business will be protected.