In what circumstances, breach or dispute, can shareholders take action against the director?

In what circumstances, breach or dispute, can shareholders take action against the director? In the realm of corporate governance and disputes, we’ve extensively discussed board conflicts and shareholder disagreements. But what ensues when a dispute erupts between shareholders and directors, leading shareholders to seek legal recourse against the directors? This blog dives into the intricacies…

What can be done if another person has the evidence I require?

What can be done if another person has the evidence I require?

What exactly is proof, and why is it so important? Evidence for a court action takes a variety of forms. It can be physical evidence (something tangible and tactile), documentary evidence (a written statement or material such as discs, tapes, videos, and photographs), or oral evidence (the testimony of a witness). The gathering of evidence…

What should I do if my opponent has no money but I have a strong case?

What should I do if my opponent has no money but I have a strong case?

When considering litigation one of the first things we consider is your opponent’s financial sustainability. Before filing a case, most claimants would want some assurance that they will be able to recoup at least some of their losses and legal costs. So, what can we do to determine whether your adversary will be able to…

Is it possible to recover money due to you without having to do going to court?

Is it possible to recover money due to you without having to do going to court?

Often, clients contact us regarding debts due to them, with the understanding that a lengthy and expensive court action will have to take place before they have a hope of retrieving those funds. However, given the correct circumstances, there may be another alternative available. Summary diligence is a feature of the Scottish judicial system. The…