June Stacey Marks Attorneys is your Premier Destination for Resolving Complex Company Law Matters through Strategic Litigation.


In the intricate landscape of company law, our dedicated team at June Stacey Marks Attorneys is committed to providing targeted solutions for businesses facing legal complexities. Whether your challenges involve mergers and acquisitions, structuring and restructuring companies and shareholding, sale of business agreements and disputes, regulatory disputes, or contractual conflicts, our seasoned attorneys specialize in deploying strategic litigation to safeguard your company's interests. We take pride in our extensive experience, having successfully handled complex and large-scale cases that demand a sophisticated understanding of the legal landscape.

Directors' fiduciary duties and personal liability are often central aspects in legal disputes.

Our firm specializes in offering strategic advice on fiduciary duty breaches, conflicts of interest, director disputes, delinquency matters, removal of directors, personal liability of directors and risk management, supported by a robust understanding of courtroom dynamics. With a proven track record in handling high-profile, high-quantum cases, we provide litigation strategies which fortify corporate governance standards. In tackling legal challenges, our litigation team is adept at providing swift and effective resolutions.


Shareholder disputes can escalate, demanding assertive litigation strategies. Our firm excels in resolving specific shareholder issues, including disputes over oppressive conduct, minority shareholder protections, breaches of shareholder agreements, and valuation disagreements, through strategic litigation. Leveraging our extensive courtroom experience, we achieve fair and timely resolutions. This approach minimizes disruption to business operations while safeguarding the financial and reputational interests of all stakeholders involved.

At June Stacey Marks Attorneys, our focus on strategic litigation sets us apart. With a wealth of experience, we stand ready to be your trusted legal partner. Contact us today for a litigation-focused consultation, and let us empower your business to overcome its legal challenges and thrive in the competitive business landscape.


Minority Shareholders Rights in Company Law

Q: How does company law facilitate the protection of minority shareholders? A: Company law provides several applications to safeguard minority shareholders, ensuring their rights are not overlooked. The 'derivative action' is a key tool allowing minority shareholders to sue directors for actions harming the company. The 'unfair prejudice' remedy is another vital application that minority shareholders can invoke when the company's actions unjustly affect their interests. These protections are fundamental to commercial law's commitment to equitable treatment within a corporate environment.

Directors' Liability in Commercial Law

Q: When can directors be held personally liable under commercial law statutes?
A: Directors' personal liability is a crucial aspect of company law, aiming to maintain diligent governance within the corporate sector. Directors can be held liable for 'breach of fiduciary duty,' particularly if they've acted negligently or engaged in fraudulent activities. Commercial law also holds directors accountable if they make personal guarantees for company debts or if they knowingly allow a business to continue trading while insolvent.

Fiduciary Duty and Company Law

Q: What does breaching fiduciary duty entail in the context of company and commercial law? A: Breaching fiduciary duty under company law involves directors acting against the company's best interests. This includes personal gain at the company's expense, misappropriation of corporate assets, or non-disclosure of conflicts of interest. Such actions violate the core principles of commercial law, which demands directors to prioritize the corporation's welfare over personal benefits.

Removal of Directors

Q: What is the legal procedure for the removal of directors according to company law? A: Typically, shareholders must pass a resolution after giving proper notice. Company law ensures that the director facing removal has a fair chance to present their defense, reflecting the law's balance between authority and accountability within the commercial sector.

Resolving Shareholder Disputes in Commercial Entities

Q: What methods does commercial law endorse for resolving shareholder disputes? A: Commercial law endorses several dispute resolution mechanisms to resolve shareholder conflicts, emphasizing the preservation of the company's business interests. Negotiation and mediation are preferred methods for their cost-effectiveness and confidentiality. Arbitration may also be utilized, providing a binding resolution in a more private setting than litigation. The 'shareholders' agreement' often dictates the chosen method, ensuring disputes are settled with minimal disruption to the company's operations.






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