Fryar Law Firm, P.C. - Firm Profile
Fryar Law Firm, P.C.
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Year Established: 2007
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A falling out among partners, shareholders or business owners can seem like the end of the world. A minority shareholder may lose employment, income, and net worth -- and can do nothing to stop it. Even a majority shareholder may feel at the mercy of the legal system when sued by an unhappy partner.
Fryar Law Firm's practice is devoted to protecting shareholders rights and fighting minority shareholder oppression, squeeze-outs, and fiduciary breaches. Our attorneys have helped thousands of business owners all over the country. You are not at the mercy of your business partners. We discretely advise business owners how to avoid or prepare for litigation. We consult with other lawyers to find the strongest litigation strategy and legal theories. We fight for our clients in the courtroom and get results. We bring to our clients a solid record of achievement and the knowledge, skill, and tenacity to get the job done.
The shareholder oppression cause of action is less than 40 years old, and the courts' slow recognition of fiduciary responsibilities owed to minority shareholders is still evolving. Many lawyers don't know this area of the law; many business lawyers ignore the new fiduciary restraints on the exercise of corporate power. This is an area where ignorance of the law can be disastrous. We have found that knowledge makes the difference in advising our clients and in successfully prosecuting these claims. At Fryar Law Firm, we have devoted countless hours to researching and writing in this area, including the Shareholder Oppression Blog and the information we publish at www.Shareholder Oppression.com, which is the most comprehensive free resource in the nation available to shareholders. At Fryar Law Firm, we don't just claim to know our stuff, we demonstrate it.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Business Litigation and Shareholder Disputes.