Lawsuits can have a long tenure in the court system, starting with the complaint and ending with a final decision. In the case of Wisniewski v. Walsh in New Jersey, that time period was nearly twenty years.1 While many issues in the matter were affirmed relatively quickly, one lingering issue remained on appeal: the discount for lack of marketability.  

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