Shareholder Disputes

With each Shareholder owning a proportion of the business, an unresolved dispute can be extremely costly and may result in the business closing down. Disputes may also arise after a Shareholder has left the company if they have not kept to the  of the Shareholder’s  Agreement.

Regardless of what the issue is, it  can be incredibly disruptive and detrimental to your business and the right approach is needed to reach a resolution quickly. Our Commercial Litigation team is able to assist in relation to most disputes including:

  • Minority shareholder claims;
  • Unfair prejudice;
  • Breach of Shareholder agreements;
  • Disputes with directors;
  • Conflicts of interest.

Butcher & Barlow offers a high quality, commercial and sensible approach to dispute resolution in order to provide the most cost efficient service to ensure your business can continue to operate smoothly.

The Commercial Dispute Resolution Team

Meet our experienced and highly regarded Commercial Dispute Resolution team.

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Anthony Higham

Bury - Head Office

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Alex Sandland

Northwich - Gadbrook Park

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James Holton

Northwich - Gadbrook Park

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Samuel Dale

Sandbach

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Catherine Gregson

Northwich - Gadbrook Park

Natalie Dean

Northwich - Gadbrook Park

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Thomas Sedley

Bury - Head Office

Cameron Shaw

Cameron Shaw

Northwich - Gadbrook Park


What our clients say

My son and I would like to thank you and Ben for the time you gave us with regards to a litigation problem.
Your understanding to an unpleasant situation and your words of comfort gave me the strength to take your professional advice and move forward.

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