Trepanier MacGillis Battina P.A. regularly represents corporations and individual shareholders in disputesand litigation involving the rights of shareholders in corporations and limited liability companies. TMB supports individuals and corporations by assessing claims, mapping out appropriate litigation strategies, and representing its clients in court.
Under Minnesota law, minority shareholders have legal recourse if shareholders holding majority control take oppressive action against them. Examples of potential minority shareholder oppression include:
TMB regularly represents minority shareholders experiencing oppressive conduct at the hands of the majority shareholders, or from the corporation itself. If a minority shareholder can demonstrate oppressive conduct, the shareholder can sue for a court-ordered buy-out at “fair value” and for the recovery of attorney’s fees and court costs.
In addition to representing individual shareholders, TMB’s Minnesota business law attorneys represent businesses contending with shareholder or partnership disputes. TMB can represent a corporation’s interests by:
Contact TMB for assistance evaluating or resolving your shareholder dispute.