This is a shareholder dispute between three brothers and a sister, all involved in a construction and civil engineering business which had been set up by their parents.
General resources - valuation
Shareholder disputes keep the civil courts busy. There is a constant stream of cases being decided, providing further enlightenment and precedent on various valuation points.
This article looks at two recent cases involving experts and disputes. The first case relates to an expert engaged in litigation; the second relates to a challenge to an expert determination.
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This case relates to shares in ASOS plc held by a husband at the date of the start of cohabitation and subsequently.
A shareholder dispute case involving a petition under section 994 Companies Act 2006 regarding unfairly prejudicial conduct.
Family Companies and Section 994, Companies Act 2006 - most common grounds by far were exclusion of a shareholder from management of the business.
This was a colourful shareholder dispute case requiring the inputs of two business valuation experts.
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The Case of Jones and Jones  EWCA Civ 41