Tafel v. Lion Antique Cars & Investments, Inc.Annotate this Case
This appeal and cross-appeal involved a longstanding financial dispute between appellant and cross-appellee Jim Tafel, and appellee and cross-appellant Lion Antique Cars & Investments, Inc., involving two Ferrari race cars. In the main appeal, Tafel argued, among other things, that the trial court erred in declining to exercise its equitable powers to mark satisfied a judgment that Lion Antique had obtained against him. In the cross-appeal, Lion Antique argued the trial court erred in valuing the race cars for purposes of offsetting a part of the judgment that it had obtained against Tafel. Finding no reversible error, the Supreme Court affirmed.