Corporate litigation revolves around disputes concerning the internal organisation of a company as well as shareholder rights. The disputes solved through corporate litigation are, inter alia, connected to
- the relationship between shareholders (or former shareholders) and the company,
- the relationship of shareholders amongst each other,
- the liability of directors,
- insolvency and restructuration.
Corporate matters may arise not only out of contractual issues, but also from tort and infringement of regulatory rules. While it is usually up to the board of directors of a company to bring suit against third parties (including directors and officers), it may, depending on the applicable law, also be possible for shareholders to initiate legal action on behalf of or for the account of the company through derivative suits.
For more information on our services relating to the area of Corporate, read our Corporate Practice Area page.
BODENHEIMER HERZBERG REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS AS PARTIES’ COUNSEL
Represented an Austrian investor in a series of litigation proceedings before the German state courts, against multiple asset management companies in which the client is invested as limited partner, pertaining to the disclosure of information on other limited partners, with a view to improving communication among partners
Represented a minority shareholder in multiple shareholder and corporate disputes regarding the enforcement of shareholder rights, the challenge of shareholder resolutions, before the German courts
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