Almost every entrepreneur or corporation has to deal with this specific area of law. After all, agreements must always be made within the company (think of articles of association and shareholders’ agreements). At the start of every business, one is usually on the same page, but over time friction can develop. One board member is of the opinion that the other board member is not capable enough or different views on the shareholder distributions develop. Small stakeholders don’t agree with the course of the company and have rights to denounce unfair policy. Soon a dispute will arise. We, as corporate litigation lawyers, can think along and add some strategic and legal insights in order to decide if going to court is necessary.