Estate of Eugene E. Stone, III, Deceased, C. Rivers Stone, E.E. Stone, IV, Mary Stone Fraser & Rosalie Stone Morris, Co-Personal Representatives - Page 10

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          Stone, and Mr. Brausch from taking certain actions as trustees of           
          the trusts.  On April 28, 1992, the Probate Court granted that              
               Around May 7, 1992, Stone Manufacturing filed a motion to              
          intervene in the litigation among the children.  By order dated             
          June 18, 1992, the Probate Court made Stone Manufacturing a party           
          in that litigation.                                                         
               On a date not disclosed by the record between April 28 and             
          July 22, 1992, Stones, Inc., became a party in the litigation               
          among the children.                                                         
               On July 22, 1992, Ms. Morris, Ms. Fraser, and their respec-            
          tive children filed in the Probate Court what was identified as             
          an amended complaint (amended complaint).  The amended complaint            
          sought, inter alia, to enjoin Eugene Earle Stone, IV, C. Rivers             
          Stone, and Mr. Brausch, as trustees of the trusts, from, inter              
          alia, purchasing from Umbro the right to distribute Umbro’s                 
          products internationally.  As grounds for granting such an                  
          injunction, the amended complaint alleged that any such purchase            
          would necessitate the incurrence of considerable debt by Stone              
          Manufacturing and delay the payment to the trusts of any divi-              
          dends from the Company.                                                     
               On September 13, 1993, C. Rivers Stone filed a petition in             
          the Probate Court (C. Rivers Stone’s petition).  C. Rivers                  
          Stone’s petition alleged in part as follows:                                

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