Case study

The one where
false accounting by one director/shareholder caused loss to the other…

Advice was provided to a shareholder in a small construction company relating to their fellow shareholders’ misconduct.

The defendant shareholder had been misrepresenting the financial performance of the company and hiding his diverting profit out of the company.   The advice provided assisted the client to the allegations with evidence in support.   This led to correspondence alleging deceit and breach of fiduciary duties.  A resolution was reached to the client’s satisfaction without the need to issue court proceedings.

  • Case Study
  • Sector
    Construction
  • Service
    Shareholder dispute
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