Shareholder/Operating Agreements

A good shareholder agreement is the most significant building block on which to found the business. A good shareholder agreement ought to be put in place to ensure that the business runs smoothly. Many issues emerge when drafting the shareholder agreement. These include buy-ins, buy-outs, operations, finance, and other relative matters. However, other issues may emerge that are not usually contemplated when entering into a shareholder agreement. That is why an experienced attorney is integral in drafting a proper shareholder agreement. The right attorney will help clients deal with a myriad of issues, including:

  •   The rights and obligations of majority and minority shareholders, officers, and directors
  •   Understanding corporate procedures and compliance, voting, resolutions, and other procedural issues
  •   Conflict resolution, including negotiation, mediation, and arbitration
  •   The need for proactive procedures to ensure officers and directors are behaving in good faith and in the best interests of the corporation
  •   How to deal with unfair or illegal actions, fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty, trade secrets, and unfair competition
  •   Employment questions, including compensation, severance, pension benefits, stock plans, and more

The Trembly Law Firm will assist you in drafting the correct and

proper shareholder agreement once and for all. Contact the Trembly Law Firm today to ensure you have proper legal counseling in drafting your shareholder agreement.