Corporate law refers to the responsibilities that companies and corporations owe to, and are owed by, their shareholders, directors, creditors and other stakeholders. For example, the co-owners of a company may become deadlocked and unable to resolve important issues affecting the business. Likewise, the majority owner of a company may take an action that another owner believes is influenced by a conflict of interest. Or perhaps someone started a company by filing the articles of incorporation, but never had any organizational meeting, adopted any bylaws, or otherwise observed corporate formalities. These scenarios are typical examples of where corporate law may come into play--either as the subject of litigation (e.g., shareholder derivative actions, suits between shareholders) or as a collateral issue in litigation (e.g., whether a person is personally liable for the obligations of a corporation that is treated as an "alter ego").
If you are facing an issue regarding corporate law, whether it is in connection with a dispute or as part of the structuring of a new or existing business, a Maryland business litigation lawyer our firm can help. We will be able to provide you with answers, discussion and advice as to any action you should take.
We are intent on helping you with answers to your questions. We understand that situations of this nature can be difficult and complex, and you can be sure that we will do our utmost to provide you with sound legal advice to help you make the best possible decisions for your business issue.
The Brennan Law Firm, LLC has the knowledge and experience needed to defend against such complex and high stakes cases. Mr. Brennan has a long history of success in the cases we have handled and have many satisfied clients. It is important for you to have skilled legal assistance in your matter.
If your case involves a dispute, a Maryland civil litigation attorney from the firm will be able to answer questions regarding your case, discuss your options, recommend an appropriate course of action, and provide you with effective legal assistance in your case. Contact the firm today to discuss your case and how our firm will be able to help you.