Atlanta Shareholder Lawsuit Attorneys

Under Georgia law, the directors and officers of a corporation are obligated to make good faith decisions on behalf of the company and its shareholders. If a company director or corporate officer breaches his or her duty to the corporation, shareholders can potentially bring legal action against that director or officer and seek damages for their losses.

The Georgia law firm of Garland, Samuel & Loeb has won many significant victories. Our civil litigation lawyers represented the plaintiffs in Peller v. The Southern Co., a shareholder derivative action filed against the directors of The Southern Company and Georgia Power Company alleging waste, mismanagement and negligence in planning and building two of their power facilities. The case settled for $9 million.*

Litigation on Behalf of Individuals and Corporations

If you need an Atlanta lawyer for shareholder lawsuits who understands the legal strategies necessary in both direct and derivative suits, turn to Garland, Samuel & Loeb. We handle a broad spectrum of litigation involving such disputes. Examples include:

  • A corporation accused of defrauding stockholders by inflating revenue
  • A director accused of failing to disclose all pertinent facts that affect the value of stock, when such information was gained through his or her position
  • A director accused of inattention to his or her duties, self-dealing, fraud or misappropriation of funds

Free Initial Consultation With Our Attorneys

Because every shareholder lawsuit is slightly different, it takes a skilled business litigation attorney to either prosecute or defend against such charges. Contact Garland, Samuel & Loeb today to discuss your business litigation or shareholder class-action case. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. You can reach us by phone at 404-975-0459 or toll free at 877-650-0825 or via e-mail.

*Results obtained in prior cases do not imply or guarantee a similar result in your case. The outcome of each case is dependent upon the specific facts of that case.