Don't Bake – Litigate! A Practitioner's Guide on How Walter White Should Have Protected His Interests in Gray Matter, and His Litigation Options for Building an 'Empire Business' Through the Courts, Not the Cartel

38 Pages Posted: 16 May 2015

Date Written: 2015

Abstract

In Don’t Bake – Litigate! A Practitioner’s Guide on How Walter White Should Have Protected His Interests in Gray Matter, and His Litigation Options for Building an “Empire Business” Through the Courts, Not the Cartel, Mr. Michael C. Mims, Esq., argues that White’s foray into the world of methamphetamine production could have been avoided if he had consulted legal counsel before selling his shares of Gray Matter Technologies. Mr. Mims argues that legal counsel could have helped White negotiate a more favorable exit strategy from Gray Matter by better protecting (1) the value of his stock, (2) his right to compete, and (3) his ownership of his intellectual property. Additionally, Mr. Mims offers strategies for aggressive litigation tactics for entrepreneurs who feel they have been “cut out,” and proposes that White could have asserted actions for patent infringement and minority shareholder oppression.

Suggested Citation

Mims, Michael C., Don't Bake – Litigate! A Practitioner's Guide on How Walter White Should Have Protected His Interests in Gray Matter, and His Litigation Options for Building an 'Empire Business' Through the Courts, Not the Cartel (2015). New Mexico Law Review, Vol. 45, p. 373, 2015, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2606401

Michael C. Mims (Contact Author)

Bradley Murchison Kelly & Shea ( email )

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New Orleans, LA 70163
United States

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