This Guide explains various different ways in which a shareholders agreement might provide to break through any paralysis which could otherwise be caused by a fallout between the owners of a deadlock company.
How having a well-thought-out and well-drafted shareholders agreement can help prevent the potential paralysis caused by a fallout between the owners of a deadlock company.
Deadlock companies - why deadlock paralysis can be such a pain and the basic ways in which you can prevent it.
A meaty Guide setting out some key issues to address in any shareholders agreement, particularly one between founders
This third Guide in my series sets out some questions founders should consider before they even think of divvying up the shares or asking someone to draft a shareholders agreement for them.
One size doesn't fit all - why you might need a shareholders agreement in different shareholder scenarios
What is the default position where you don’t have a shareholders agreement or tailored Articles of Association for your company?
What does the expression ‘good faith’ mean when you put it in a shareholders agreement?
Not investing in a shareholders agreement can cause great pain and suffering...
How you might be brought to account if you rip off a business partner to whom you owe fiduciary duties