It is often said that it is best to do business alone because sooner or later you may have to share it with a partner. However, this is not always the best solution. Entrepreneurs tend to cooperate by bringing together their knowledge, experience and money, and thus starting a business and making a profit. Unresolved shareholder disputes disrupt the company’s operations and hamper business growth. This is why it is very important to define their responsibilities to each other and obligations and opportunities in advance, even before starting a business. This is facilitated by the conclusion of shareholder agreements, properly drafted articles of association and joint decisions of shareholders.
Our team assists clients at the beginning of the business, in making the decision to build the business together, in defining acceptable terms of mutual commitment, in choosing the form of the business and in making proper steps when there is a dispute or a stalemate. We help to prepare the necessary documents and at the same time find the best solution that would allow you to continue to develop a successful business.
Our team has experience and provides consultations in the following areas:
- Shareholder agreements
- Founding documents (memorandum of incorporation, articles of association, decisions, protocols)
- Representation in negotiations
- Representation in court and other state institutions
- Consultation, advice, legal assessment of the situation