Knott v. Revolution Software, Inc.

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March 16, 2009
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Knott v. Revolution Software, Inc.
2009 WL 684649(Ohio App. 5 Dist.)
US
State Court
Ohio
Court of Appeals
Barry H Wolinetz, David C Levine, Richard T Robol
Gary Moll (plaintiff); Michael Nesser (defendant)
Delaney

Summary

Court finds conservative use of discounts and tax affecting to be more credible when valuing an S corp software company for purposes of calculating damages (breach of agreement to purchase 25% interest).
Knott v. Revolution Software, Inc.
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Court finds conservative use of discounts and tax affecting to be more credible when valuing an S corp software company for purposes of calculating damages (breach of agreement to purchase 25% interest).