Partnership and Shareholder Disputes

Buyouts and Litigation of Internal Business Conflicts

Business relationships, like marriages, do not always stand the test of time. Disputes over money or control, allegations of wrongdoing, or simply different values and visions may create a rift that cannot be mended.

The Poughkeepsie law firm of McCabe & Mack LLP can protect your interests if you are involved in a partnership or shareholder dispute. Our experienced lawyers represent owners, investors and minority stakeholders, litigating in state and federal courts of upstate New York. Knowing how fast these relationships deteriorate, we urge you to contact us right away to discuss your rights and your options.

Partnership Disputes and Shareholder Litigation

If it is important to stay in business together, it may be prudent to renegotiate the shareholder or partnership agreement to clarify roles and responsibilities. When the business relationship is beyond repair, you need to take steps to protect your business and personal interests.

Our Commercial Litigation Group has handled every scenario, including freeze-outs and squeeze-outs in which two or more co-owners join forces to take control of the company. We will explore your legal rights and remedies, including:

  • A negotiated buyout
  • Litigation to recover misappropriated funds
  • Arbitration
  • Voluntary dissolution of the business
  • Court-ordered dissolution and allocation of assets

In or out of court, our primary concern is protection of your best interests. We will give our measured legal opinion but ultimately pursue your desired course of action to the best of our abilities.

Our partnership dispute attorneys practice in Dutchess County and throughout the Hudson Valley, including New York City and Long Island.




We're here to help.

The best way to get guidance on your specific legal issue is to contact a lawyer. To schedule a meeting with an attorney, please call or complete the intake form below.

    The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

    I have read the disclaimer.Privacy Policy