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Huggins v. Scott
Citation:2019 WL 6310506 (2019)
Petitioner, a boxer, started an unincorporated boxing club known as Women’s World of Boxing in 2007. In 2015, petitioner and respondent began a romantic relationship. In December 2016, petitioner agreed to finance the construction of a gym and corporate headquarters for the company.Under the operating agreement, respondent is the chief executive officer, and the owner of a 60% membership interest in the company. Petitioner is the chief financial officer and the owner of a 40% membership interest. In 2018, the parties’ romantic relationship deteriorated. After petitioner’s letter requesting that respondent agree to buy back petitioner’s 40% interest in the company for $75,000, petitioner began demanding that respondent provide petitioner with financial documents regarding the company. Shortly thereafter, petitioner sought judicial dissolution of the company.
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