Chen v. Stewart , 123 P.3d 416 (2005)

Chen v. Stewart


Chen and Stewart were executives at MLM company Excel International Inc. A bitter dispute developed between them and Stewart attempted to wrest control of the company from Chen while she was away on vacation. Chen sued under multiple causes of action and won a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against Stewart, along with a contempt finding based on willful misconduct and a recording of dubious pedigree.

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