It was late Friday afternoon when Roger received a call from his lawyer. Roger had sold his business almost two months earlier for $7.54 million. His lawyer told him that the buyer wanted a purchase price adjustment. The buyer is alleging that Roger breached his warranty and representations regarding the accuracy of the company’s accounts receivables.

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