Can he communicate with other co-owners via email and exclude me only?
If I have an issue with the founder and the way he his running the company, shouldn't the founder retain outside council?
Can this attorney take action against me?
I will be happy to pay more. The matter is a little more complex than we have discussed.
I am asking for an audit of the company and he is throwing up road blocks and using stall tactics. There has been a commingling of funds by the founder and another investor and they don't won't to turn over the nessecary docs.
It seems that he is representing the founder and not the other co-owners.
Ok, Thank you for your time.
Are you in California. Would you be willing to write a letter on my and the other investors behalf to the founder of the company and the other investor in question? I can fill you in on the details if you agree to act on our behalf.
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