LITIGATION – Shareholder & Partnership Disputes

Shareholder & Partnership Disputes Solicitors for Limerick, Dublin & Across Ireland

Hogan Dowling McNamara Solicitors Limerick have dealt with the resolution of a number of shareholder & partnership disputes and have successfully implemented exits and restructuring in order to resolve disputes. We have also dealt with a number of shareholder oppression suits including cases involving mediation and litigation arising out of shareholder and partnership disputes. In some cases, dissolution of a business or a partnership may be the only path but will only be suitable in limited circumstances. Accurate and clear advice on the rights and liabilities of all parties and on the practical implications for the underlying business is vital. Clear strategy taking into account desired outcomes is important at the commencement of any proceedings and is key to both parties finding a resolution to the conflict. Hogan Dowling McNamara Solicitors have experience in dealing with all aspects of shareholder and partnership disputes including:

  • winding up of companies
  • dissolution of partnerships
  • buy-out of shareholders/partners
  • enforcement of confidentiality provisions
  • enforcement of restrictive covenants
  • litigation relating to distribution of partnership assets
  • derivative actions
  • actions relating to oppression of minority shareholders
  • directors duties
  • fiduciary duties of partners
  • breach of trust or breach of duty


We have recently acted in contentious matters including partnership disputes between doctors, shareholder disputes between family members including oppression suits, mediation and commercial litigation.

Contact our Shareholder & Partnership Disputes Lawyers for Limerick, Dublin & Across Ireland

Hogan Dowling McNamara Solicitors are conveniently located at Castletroy House, Dublin Road, Limerick with plenty of off street parking.  Please contact us by phone at 061 501100, email Thomas Dowling, Partner at [email protected] or get a call back by completing our contact form so we can provide you with further information or advice.

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