Corporate Governance and Business Divorces Archive


Corporate Governance and Business Divorces

Ownership Without Capital Contribution??

Halsey Knapp and Adam Sparks are defending a senior living facility developer in a business divorce from his brother-in-law who, despite failing to make capital contributions, contends under an oral agreement that he is entitled to a partial ownership interest in each senior facility project which each reside in 9 or more separate limited liability […]

Entire Fairness Defeats Fiduciary Duty Claims In Arbitration

Halsey Knapp and Adam Sparks obtained a complete defense award in arbitration proceeding initiated by client’s sibling based on allegations that our client, an investment advisor, violated fiduciary duties when discharging his duties as manager of a family limited partnership and trustee of related generation skipping trusts. We successfully demonstrated the entire fairness of the […]

Distributions Recaptured

Halsey Knapp successfully recovered distributions on behalf of a partial owner of a Georgia business under a breach of fiduciary duty theory when he was excluded from the distributions made to all the other partial owners-members-of this Georgia limited liability company. Matthew H Wakeling v. Phobio, LLC a Georgia LLC et al. Civil Action No. […]

Successful Defense of Tort Claims Fraud

Successful defense of multimillion dollar tort claims for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and tortuous interference arising from limited liability company members triggering buy/sell and assigning the members’ ownership interest in successful carpet company. Ledford v. Smith

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