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In Ferster v. Ferster,  EWCA (Civ) 717, three disputatious brothers owned an English Internet gaming company. Two teamed up to cause the company to sue the third, Jonathan, for breach of fiduciary duty and then offered to resolve the dispute by selling Jonathan their shares in the company.