Henke v. Trilithic, Inc.

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October 28, 2005
3823 Industrial Instruments for Measurement, Display, and Control of Process Variables; and Related Products
shareholder dissent/oppression

Henke v. Trilithic, Inc.
No. 13155 (Del. Chan. 2005)
State Court
Court of Chancery
Thomas G. Whalen Jr.
R. Victor Haas, ASA <br> Brett Margolin, Ph.D. <br>
Parsons, Jr.


The Delaware Court of Chancery determined the fair value of an interest in a financially troubled closely held electronics manufacturer using a discounted cash flow method. In performing the valuation, the court considered issues involving management proj ...
Henke v. Trilithic, Inc.
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