Massachusetts Business Dispute Case

An Essex Superior Court judge recently awarded a 50% interest in a rug cleaning business to the client, which with interest totaled more than $77,000.00.  The defendant claimed that the plaintiff had voluntarily left the business, which contained little in terms of assets having no real estate or cleaning equipment of its own.  The defendant claimed the business had no value and that the plaintiff had abandoned the business and did not pursue his interest for several years.

After three days of trial, judgment was rendered in favor of Attorney Morte’s client, who is now a resident of Florida.

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