High Court judge in a ‘quandary’ over value of family seafood firm
Value of company jointly owned by two warring brothers has yet to be decided
A dispute between two brothers has placed a High Court judge in a “quandary” as he was asked to decide on the value of a premium Irish seafood company.
In a recently published judgment, which has yet to be reported, Mr Justice Mark Sanfey said he had attempted to provide an estimate which was fair and which he hoped would put an end to a “long-running saga” between two entrepreneurial Cork brothers, despite...
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