When a business dispute arises, ensure your position is well-protected.Eric A. Rice
An Experienced Shareholder Dispute Lawyer
In good times and bad, questionable judgment and a failure to respect a party’s position can lead to shareholder disputes or litigation. During these moments, it is essential that you have quality representation to ensure that your position is protected until the dispute is fully resolved. Eric Rice is an effective advocate for those involved in shareholder or owner disputes and can guide you through the process.
Superior Legal Skills. Eric Rice is a graduate of Harvard Law School. He has experience working on matters involving small businesses and Fortune 500 companies. By leveraging his skills and judgment, Eric works to deliver excellent results for his clients.
Client-focused Service. Eric personally handles your matter and will answer your phone calls. He will make sure that every question is answered and that you receive prompt and consistent attention. Eric is selective in the cases he takes to ensure that he can personally focus on each client’s matter and provide premium client service.
What is the process for a Shareholder Dispute?
A dispute can arise from a variety of circumstances, including unfair treatment of an owner, shareholder, or member, failure to pay an owner, detrimental business decisions, unfair conduct toward a shareholder, or the attempted removal or buyout of a shareholder or owner. It is important to retain an attorney early in the process because the communications throughout the dispute could affect a party’s ability to succeed at trial or arbitration. Typically, Minnesota statutes and rules governing the company, such as bylaws, will govern the process. The dispute can be handled through litigation, mediation, and arbitration.
If you are involved in a shareholder or ownership dispute, it is important to protect your position in order to get the best result possible. Eric Rice has experience with these matters and offers a free consultation to answer your questions. Call Eric Rice at (651) 998-9660 for a free consultation with no obligation.