Potok v. Rebh

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Potok v. Rebh
2014 Phila. Ct. Com. Pl. LEXIS 318
US
State Court
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, Trial Division
Brett Margolin (plaintiff); Scott Salpeter and Christopher Mansueto, Ladenburg Thalmann & Co., Inc. (defendants)
Snite, Jr.

Summary

Court says defendants were unjustly enriched when they allocated 40% of the price a competitor paid for assets of and to settle lawsuit with their company to personal goodwill where they also received compensation for consulting services and noncompetes.
Potok v. Rebh
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