Individuals frequently form corporate entities to conduct their businesses, as the corporate form of entity offers advantages, such as the limitation of liability. These corporate entities include Subchapter S corporations and limited liability companies (LLC).
Individuals provide capital to the new entities, and in return, receive shares or membership interests in the entities. Disputes arising between the shareholders or members are governed by the rights and liabilities provided by corporate law principles. We have successfully resolved cases involving shareholder disputes for closely held business interests in Los Angeles, Irvine, and other areas in California.Read Article on Shareholder Rights and Remedies