The most common situations where businesses end up in litigation at the state level usually involves small closely held businesses with one or two partners, or members, that have a falling out or dispute. Cases with small businesses usually turn into a deadlock as far as moving on to the next action because the people involved don’t have the same idea of how to proceed. They end up in an adversarial position. Our firms see a lot of chancery cases where one partner is asking the other to proceed in a certain way and asking the court to intervene because the parties are deadlocked.
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