Is a business partner stealing from the company?  Are you concerned about questionable internal practices, cash management or commingling of corporate assets and funds?  What action should you take if you are concerned about a business partner’s activities?  The business dispute attorneys at the Watkins Firm have decades of experience in these matters, and we are prepared to help to resolve the matter and help your company to move forward again.

If you are concerned about a business partner stealing from the company you will need direct evidence in order to take action.  Our attorneys can guide you on the steps to take, the controls to put in place, and the conversations that may be required with your business partner and other key management staff or employees.  Our experienced legal team guides you through each step of the process, capturing information and documentation, obtaining bank records, video documentation and all other possible evidence to document the wrongdoing and put a stop to it.

We keep you informed at every step of the process and in the end, we are prepared to confront your business partner and negotiate a resolution that protects your goals, as well as you interest in the business itself.  Is it possible to preserve the relationship and simply change responsibilities and access?  Do we need to effect a departure and attract another investor or business professional with the needed skills and business acumen who can assume the role of a co-owner?  How are these cases usually resolved, and can it be accomplished without time consuming and expensive litigation?

If you are concerned about a business partner stealing from the company, or a “run-and-gun” approach that you believe is damaging the integrity of the business and its accounting, we invite you to call for a free and substantive consultation at 858-535-1511.  Learn about our unique approach to litigation and how we work to resolve partnership disputes quickly and cost-effectively.

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