The attorneys of Yanger Law Group, P.A., provide experienced legal guidance to firms and corporations throughout Florida in the resolution of corporate governance disputes. We are prepared to protect the interests of your corporation from violations of these standards, preserving the stability and value of the firm.
Corporate governance consists of rules, processes and protocol that have been agreed upon in advance. These guidelines offer stability to the corporation, dictating how the company should be run and how disputes should be handled. Governance is intended to provide clarity and direction to all stakeholders, including the board of directors, shareholders, management and employees.
Strong corporate governance positively affects the firm's perceived value in the market. Strict enforcement projects stability and can make it easier to raise capital and investment.
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Common examples of corporate governance violations include:
- Unethical behavior
- Failure to comply with legal standards
- Use of the corporation for personal gain
- Failure to differentiate between corporate and personal finances
- Lack of transparency
- Breach of fiduciary duty
Violation of corporate governance by any member creates problems for all other stakeholders and affects the value of the company. It must be dealt with proactively and aggressively to avoid legal issues for the company and to protect the interests of all other stakeholders.
Our attorneys will investigate any suspicions of corporate governance violation to determine what has occurred and provide a clear understanding of all legal options. This could include divesting or removing a member.
To learn more about how we can assist in the enforcement of corporate governance and resolve any disputes, please contact our Tampa, Florida, law firm today at 813-286-7025. Our firm routinely advocates for companies throughout the United States and globally who are facing disputes in Florida.