Case | HBS Case Collection | September 2000 (Revised October 2006)

Atherton Clothing Company (A)

by John A. Davis and Andrew Z. Tubman

Abstract

Zachary Cohen, who will graduate soon from business school, wants to enter his family's business under certain conditions--he wants shares in the company and wants to change a buy-sell agreement. His father and his uncle seem to want to explore his entering the family business, but do not respond to his proposal.

Keywords: Family Ownership; Family Business; Management Teams; Contracts; Apparel and Accessories Industry;

Citation:

Davis, John A., and Andrew Z. Tubman. "Atherton Clothing Company (A)." Harvard Business School Case 801-101, September 2000. (Revised October 2006.)