Arbitration ruling for oppressed minority shareholder of software company

Zohar Law Firm was hired by one of the founders of a successful computer software company. He owned a third of the company, but the two other founders joined together to improperly squeeze him out.

The case required legal battles on three fronts, in both Northern and Southern California, as well as New Jersey. The main aspect of the case went to arbitration, where a panel rendered a valuation of $7.5 million, more than 10 times the amount submitted by the defense. The rest of the issues at stake were resolved after that by mutual settlement.