First and foremost, you should look to the shareholder agreement or other corporate documents to see if there are provisions in those documents governing how the dispute should be resolved. In the absence of that, you can negotiate with the other shareholders to see if you can reach a voluntary resolution of the matter, or you can seek alternative dispute resolution procedures such as arbitration to assist you. In the absence of that, you will need to go to court and you’ll need to have a corporate litigation attorney assist you.