Partnership Disputes and Securities Litigation

Partnership disputes and securities cases are among the most sensitive and potentially damaging litigation a company can face because they address issues of ownership and control. The trial lawyers at Larson aggressively litigate partnership and securities cases and protect our clients' interests when the stakes are highest.

Both plaintiffs and defendants—including large and small public and private companies, shareholders, investors, officers, and directors in industries ranging from financial services to technology—turn to Larson to litigate high-impact partnership and shareholder disputes and securities claims.

Our team represents clients in breach of fiduciary duty claims, corporate control disputes, director and officer liability cases, class action securities litigation, and claims arising from an initial public offering (IPO). Our team has tried partnership disputes, securities, and corporate control disputes in federal and state courts, the Delaware Court of Chancery, and arbitration. We not only regularly represent corporate defendants and individuals in securities class actions, but counsel for institutional investors call on Larson to serve as trial counsel in California’s largest shareholder and derivative lawsuits.

We draw upon our extensive experience defending clients against white collar criminal matters and representing them during sensitive government investigations to advise clients on compliance issues, conduct internal investigations, and provide specialized representation in securities litigation. Our multi-disciplinary approach to these disputes allows us to quickly reach the most effective path to resolution.

  • Retained as trial counsel to represent investors in a class action against Snap Inc., which resulted in a $154 million settlement of all claims against the defendants.
  • Successfully represented a leading real estate developer in dispute regarding the control of partnerships and limited liability companies.
  • Represent investors in fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims arising from subscription agreements related to the ownership of hotels in Florida, New York, California, Washington, and Tennessee.
  • Obtained summary judgment for officers and directors, defeating breach of fiduciary duty and fraud claims arising from a real estate holding and utility companies.
  • Obtained a complete dismissal of 14 felony counts against a client alleging he had engaged in the sale of securities without qualification or exemption.
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