Disputes between shareholders and directors within companies can be very damaging to the financial and trading well-being of the companies themselves. This is particularly so when the Board and shareholding is split evenly, thus often placing the company in a stalemate situation in which no one can make corporate decisions without the support of those with whom they are in dispute. ...more.
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Businesses heavily dependent on online sales need to adopt a DR (dispute resolution) policy and practice to protect their reputation against the rise of the angry consumer (or competitor masquerading as such). The days when the threat to online reputation of businesses was the occasional negative feedback on sites on which they transacted business with minimal impact elsewhere is over. ..more.