Fraud Damages: Wrong Date = No Evidence

The Danger of Guessing Wrong on the Valuation Date for Fraud DamagesThe First Court of Appeals (Houston) issued a new opinion yesterday highlighting the danger of...
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LLC Member Oppression After Ritchie v. Rupe

Shareholder Oppression is as likely and frequent in limited liability companies as it is in closely-held corporations. Surprisingly, LLC members may have remedies under Texas law...
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Disclaimers of Reliance in Shareholder Settlements

Settlement agreements that disclaim reliance may provide a defense against a subsequent fraud claim.But not always. When are disclaimers of reliance effective and enforceable? How do...
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How To Draft an Enforceable Shareholder Settlement

Agreements that settle shareholder disputes or that provide for shareholder buy-outs are extremely vulnerable to later attack on grounds of fraud and breach of fiduciary duty....
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