Below are some examples of partnership litigation involving our clients.
Shepherd and Allen represented the owner of three car dealerships in a dispute with his partner over the terms and conditions of their partnership agreement(s). After trial, the client was awarded exclusive ownership of two of the car dealerships and was awarded more than $1,000,000 in damages against his partner.
Shepherd and Allen were co-counsel for the founding member of a law firm against one of his partners, during the dissolution or winding up of the existing firm and the formation of two new firms, which matter was ultimately settled before trial.
Shepherd and Allen represented the majority members of an accounting firm against one of its founding members during the dissolution or winding up of the existing firm and the formation of two new firms, which matter was resolved successfully at arbitration.
Shepherd and Allen represented the majority owners of a Utah fish processing company, in its dispute with a minority member. After arbitration, it was determined that pursuant to the parties’ agreements, the minority member could be involuntarily forced out, at a much lower payment than was claimed and argued by the minority member.
“All virtue is summed up in dealing justly.” – Aristotle.