Corporate Mismanagement & Shareholder Derivative Action
Chimicles & Tikellis has extensive experience persuading courts to recognize that actions taken by corporate officers and directors must be in the best interests of the shareholders. They are obligated to act in good faith and with loyalty, due care and complete candor.
When officers’ and directors’ actions are influenced by self-interest or other considerations, the shareholders often suffer. When an officer or director lacks the independence required of a fiduciary, his/her decisions cannot be honored.
If you have experienced either of these situations, we can help you fight for money and other structural improvements including long-term reforms that advance shareholder interests. We take corporate officers’ and directors’ obligations seriously.
We’re ready to assist you, so call us or click here to discuss your situation.
- AIMCO Partnerships Buyout Case — Consolidated Capital Institutional Properties, LP
- AIMCO Partnerships Buyout Case — Shelter Properties II Limited Partnership, National Property Investors III, US Realty Partners Limited Partnership, Shelter Properties IV Limited Partnership, Fox Strategic Housing Income Partners.
- Allergan, Inc.
- Bank of America Corporation Merger Derivative Litigation
- Barnes & Noble, Inc.
- Cole Credit Property Trust III, Inc. Class and Derivative Litigation
- CommonWealth REIT Derivative Litigation
- Empire State Realty Trust
- Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold, Inc.
- Manson v. Northern Plain Natural Gas Co., LLC, et. al.,
- Mutual Fund Fraud Derivative Litigation
- Oracle Corporation
- Simon Property Group, Inc.