Companies rely on directors for leadership and direction. However, there are times when directors cannot agree on the management and direction of the company. In these circumstances, a dispute among directors may arise. A protracted director dispute is likely to be damaging to a company and therefore, where possible such matters need to be dealt with efficiently.
There may be a wide range of reasons as to why directors are in a dispute with each other. Examples of common reasons for director disputes include:
If you have found yourself embroiled in a director dispute, you consider the following questions:
If you are involved in a director dispute, we can assist with the following:
Our solicitors can assist resolve a director dispute by: