Corporate conflicts

Everyone knows what corporate conflicts are. Many people took part in them personally; some people observe these corporate conflicts as onlookers, while being employees of a company, and indeed everyone regularly hears about them from mass media.

Corporate conflicts in the classical sense are a struggle of parties, holding interest in a dispute, over issues governed by the corporate law (Law On the joint stock companies, Law On the limited liability companies, Civil Code of the Russian Federation, etc.). A corporate conflict is always more serious and dangerous than any other business conflict subject to its threats and business consequences. The price for such a struggle is the cost of an organization as such in the full sense of this notion. The conflict origin and development looks like the onset and progress of a terrible disease, destroying the entire body. Corporate conflicts may arise both against the internal and external opponents. It is common knowledge that the internal differences and dissension are customarily used by the external non-amicable forces to plan and execute their lucrative purposes. In case of banal differences between the founders, shareholders and managers, it is necessary to assess all the risks related to their further development, to predict the actions of an adversary and to promptly take adequate steps to drastically solve the difficult situation.

If you mistrust your own powers, the experts of Antago Strategy are always ready to come to help.

Antago Strategy offers its assistances in the following situations:
  • violations of the majority shareholder rights;
  • disputes arising from the transfer of ownership (alienation) of shares (stakes) in a company;
  • disputes between shareholders and executive body of a company;
  • disputes between owners;
  • disputes arising from the business of a company;
  • corporate blackmail (greenmail);
  • disputes with the registrar about information storage;
  • forcible takeovers (gray and black schemes);
  • disputes arising from a failure to pay dividends to the shareholders.

As well as in disputes, arising from:
  • illicit possession of shares;
  • violation of a pre-emptive right;
  • impairment of rights in case of an additional issue;
  • impairment of rights to take part in meetings;
  • impairment of rights to familiarize with the documents of a company;
  • major transactions;
  • change of the board of directors;
  • replacement of a director general;
  • amendments to the share register;
  • transfer of real property ownership;
  • breach of the contract terms.

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