Business law plays a role in many of the issues and questions entrepreneurs have. How do I get rid of an uncooperative joint shareholder? Did the civil notary formulate the draft deed correctly? What is the best way to allow employees to participate in the company? How do I deal with my board of supervisors? What will happen to my company if I die? What do we do if the votes are equally split between shareholders? How do I ensure that all the proprietors contribute to the financing of the company?
These kinds of issues are an area where NELEOS feels particularly at home. Where possible we always try to settle things amicably, but if it becomes necessary we will immediately issue a summons.
NELEOS also assists supervisory boards in their relationships with companies. After all, those who don't play by the rules quickly become personally liable when something goes wrong.