Oppressed Shareholder Case

Ted Phelps

Minority (49%) shareholder was being mistreated by the majority shareholder, denied access to basic financial reporting, and to the books and records, despite frequent demands. Minority sued for dissolution. Engaged to perform the valuation for the minority shareholder, it was discovered that through a myriad of “vendors” actually owned by the majority shareholder, profits were being diverted from the company, disguising its real value. Following forensic analysis, including forensic accounting and investigation of the ownership of these entities, performed a correct valuation of the minority interest. Defended the report and negotiated with counsel for the majority to arrive at an equitable buy out of the minority interest.

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