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Owners of a business can have disputes with each other concerning issues related to their business. Regardless of whether the business has been formed as a corporation, limited liability company, or partnership, our attorneys are highly skilled in dealing with these types of disputes. Many times these disputes involve one owner trying to take advantage of one or more other owners. Or, it can be that a corporation is being damaged by the acts of a director or officer. Maybe the corporation is suffering from the improper treatment of employees.