Corporate Litigation

Even if optimal contract drafting excludes future conflict as far as possible, disputes can arise between shareholders. Typical examples are the enabling of structural measures, the removal from organ functions, changes in shareholding proportions, questions of determining and distributing profit or the exclusion of a shareholder.

In all these cases, it is critical that, while the conflict be consistently and determinedly pursued, a resolution of a situation financially unfavourable to the participants and the affected company must not be hindered. We are in a position to very effectively employ the know-how gathered over many years for the benefit of our client.