Hunt & Associates P.C.

Nov 4, 2010

When “Fair Value” is not Fair

The recent Oregon Court of Appeals case, Marker v. Marker, is a fine example of a case that could have had a different result with proper planning.  The facts are simple and common:  A father and son organized a trucking company in 1982.  Father owned 52 percent of the shares and Son owned 48 percent, meaning that Father essentially controlled the company.  Both are employees.  Over time, disputes arose between Father and Son and … Read more