“We provide consultations for business owners and company executives on the compliance of shareholder rights and resolutions of corporate disputes arising in the course of the company's activities.”
Shareholders' rights can be conditionally divided into property rights, which are associated with the payment of dividends and disposal of shares, and non-property rights, which are associated with taking part in the management of a business. The actual exercise of these rights gives shareholders the opportunity to influence directly all business procedures and receive dividends. Good organization of protection of shareholders' rights also affects the investment attractiveness and financial climate of a company.
Russian legislation provides a whole range of measures directed to protect the rights of shareholders, failure to comply with which may entail civil, administrative and criminal liability. Correctly drafted statements in corporate papers, shareholder agreements or agreements on the implementation of the rights of participants, taking into account the specifics of the business, are of no small importance in protecting the rights of shareholders.
Failure to respect shareholders' rights can lead to corporate disputes between shareholders, as well as towards to the company or specific business top managers.
Solving issues of protecting the rights of shareholders requires knowledge and practical experience in corporate law. If corporate disputes arise, you may also need to have professional assistance in their pre-trial settlement or protection of shareholders' rights in court.
We successfully advise business owners and company executives on the observance of shareholder rights and the resolution of corporate disputes which arise in the course of companies' activities.
Contact Lawspells Law Firm for professional legal support in the area of protection shareholder's rights in Russia.
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