In prior litigation with his ex-wife, Gary Rubio swore he sold his shares in the family business to his father. When he brought a subsequent shareholder derivative action against his brother, he swore he didn’t, and proffered a company tax return to prove it. What’s a judge to do? Find out in this week’s New York Business Divorce.
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