James Offenbecher v. Baron Services, Inc. (II)

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May 10, 2002
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James Offenbecher v. Baron Services, Inc. (II)
2002 Ala. Civ. App. LEXIS 365
State Court
Court of Appeals
James [Butch] Williams, CBA, CPA/ABV (for Offenbecher), Gary Saliba, CFA, CFP (for Baron Services)


Baron Services, Inc., acting pursuant to § 10-2B-13.30, Ala. Code 1975, sued James Offenbecher, one of its minority shareholders, seeking a determination of the fair value of Offenbecher's stock. Baron Services paid $72,488.49, its estimate of th ...
James Offenbecher v Baron Services., Inc. (II)
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