Shareholder & Corporate Disputes

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The controlling shareholders of a corporation have the power to alter a corporation so drastically that a minority shareholder may be left with an investment substantially different from the one the shareholder originally expected.  However, under certain circumstances, a corporate transaction may actually give a dissenting shareholder the right to “cash out” by demanding payment for the “fair market value” of his shares


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"I know I can rely on them in this complex area of law to take care of my client when I need this expertise."

— Brian Davidoff,  Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger LLP

Shareholder dispute litigation is a specialized and highly complicated area of the law.  It’s imperative to have a litigator at your side that understands the law and has extensive expertise in this arena.


The attorneys in our Shareholder and Corporate Disputes Practice Group litigate complex disputes involving privately held corporations, LLCs and other related entities.  These disputes cover a myriad of issues relating to corporate management and operations, ranging from governance issues, the disputed direction of the company and compensation paid to principals, to the suppression of the rights of minority owners, buyouts, breaches of contract and fiduciary duty, fraud and other torts.

Shareholder and Corporate Disputes Practice Group
Robert Heller, Group Leader

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New decision in California Court of Appeal: Conditions under which an attorney may represent the insiders in a derivative lawsuit by the company. Read More...

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Contact: Robert Heller, Leader, Shareholder and Corporate Disputes Practice Group  310.255.6125 
1888 Century Park East, Suite 1500 Los Angeles, CA  90067      H sdeadin
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