Flying Solo

Air Charter Team books private jets for political campaigns. The company had one majority stockholder and one minority stockholder. The stockholders agreed to devote their full time and attention to the business. The minority stockholder abandoned the business for 55 months, then filed a lawsuit complaining about the allocation of profits. We defended the majority stockholder to a successful resolution that left him flying solo with 100 percent of the stock.

Wilkinson v. Tasler, Case No. 16AE-CV02956, Circuit Court of Platte County, Missouri