Can I File A Lawsuit In A Court Even If My Shareholder Agreement Contains An Arbitration Provision?
Yes. Many arbitration provisions are not drafted properly. They may not be broadly defined, and, more often than not, are subject to challenge in a court of law. Also if you are in need of “injunctive relief” (i.e., To stop a partner from stealing or misappropriating assets or competing), more often than not, only a Court of law can intervene and assist.
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