A shareholder in several closely held corporations has convinced a state judge overseeing the dissolution of the companies to reverse a special referee’s valuation of the corporate shares.

New York state Supreme Court Justice Dianne T. Renwick, in Matter of Markman v. Exterior Delite, 8347/2005, held that the allegations of misappropriation of corporate funds which were pleaded by petitioner Wendie Markman (spelled as “Wendy” in the caption) were relevant to the valuation of her shares.

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