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Collins v. Tabs Motors of Valley Stream Corp.

In this New York business divorce case, the court held that the shareholders agreement was enforceable, as well as the stipulated value of the buyout price as determined in Schedule B of the shareholders agreement. Claims by petitioners of breach of fiduciary duty and related claims, including a years-old certificate of value, were not sufficient to overcome the unambiguous terms of the buy-sell agreement.

In a New York Business Divorce, a Petition for Dissolution Triggers Buy-Sell Agreements

In this New York business divorce case, the court held that the shareholders agreement was enforceable, as well as the stipulated value of the buyout price as determined in Schedule B of the shareholders agreement. Claims by petitioners of breach of fiduciary duty and related claims, including a years-old certificate of value, were not sufficient to overcome the unambiguous terms of the buy-sell agreement.

In re the Marriage of Bowen

Jennifer Bowen (Jennifer) challenges various rulings made by the trial court in the proceedings dissolving her marriage to Robert Bowen (Robert). She contends the trial court (1) undervalued the community business, (2) erred in its spousal support award ...

Four Seasons Automotive Services, Inc. v. Joan Neubauer, et al.

The Minnesota Court of Appeals remanded a lost profits award for recalculation.

Filling Station’s Lost Profits Determined

The Minnesota Court of Appeals remanded a lost profits award for recalculation.

Trial court valuation remanded for inadequate explanation

One of the issues on appeal was the trial court's valuation of the husband's automobile repair business, Porbug.

In re the Marriage of Wakita

George Wakita, the former husband in this dissolution action, appeals the trial court's division of property.  Although the trial court had discretion to divide th ...

Crystal L. Zalucha v. Matthew A. Zalucha

The Michigan Court of Appeals found that trial court erred when it failed to value the husband’s diesel mechanic business, but set off the equity in the business against the equity in the husband’s separate property. The appellate court remanded the case ...

Trial Court Must Value the Business

The Michigan Court of Appeals found that trial court erred when it failed to value the husband’s diesel mechanic business but set off the equity in the business against the equity in the husband’s separate property.

New York Appellate Court Upholds Trial Court's Valuation

Petitioner filed suit to dissolve three corporations, and respondent elected to purchase petitioner's shares.

Valuation Remanded Due to Lack of Competent Evidence

One of the issues in this case was whether the trial court erred in classifying Larry's Auto Repair business as marital property. Facts The parties were married on May 12, 1995, s ...

Collision Depot, Inc. v. Zigman

The appellate division upheld the fair value determination on the grounds that it was supported by the record.

Travis v. Travis

One of the issues in this case was whether the trial court erred in classifying Larry's Auto Repair business as marital property.

Rusk v. Rusk

At issue is the valuation of husband's common stock in a closely-held corporation.

Court of Appeals Overturns Trial Court’s Decision Determining Stock Value

The Court of Appeals overturned the trial court's decision determining that stock transferred from father to plaintiff was community property and overturned the decision to appoint a receive ...

Barth v. Barth

One issue in this case was whether it was proper for the expert to use the income approach when valuing a corporation.

Baum v. Baum

At issue was the distribution of the maritial property, including interest in a tire and automotive repair business.

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