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Hamstein Cumberland Music Group v. Estate of Williams

October 3, 2008

HAMSTEIN CUMBERLAND MUSIC GROUP, HOWLIN' HITS MUSIC, INC., HAMSTEIN CUMBERLAND MUSIC COMPANY, BH ASSOCIATES, INC., D/B/A/ HAMSTEIN MUSIC COMPANY, AND BILL HAM, PLAINTIFF,
v.
ESTATE OF JERRY LYNN WILLIAMS AND LORELEI WILLIAMS, DEFENDANT.



OPINION AND ORDER

This matter comes before the court on the plaintiffs' Motion in Limine to Disqualify Defendant's Expert Witness [Dkt. # 247] and Strike Expert's Report [Dkt. # 249].

This is a case presenting issues of alleged fraudulent transfers under the Oklahoma Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act ("UFTA"), Okla. Stat. tit. 24 § 112, et seq. Defendant Lorelei Williams proposes to call at jury trial Mr. Jerry Perigo, a local "attorney, mediator and divorce consultant," as an expert witness.

Mr. Perigo's Expert Report declares, in relevant part:

3. It is my preliminary (and likely, my ultimate) opinion that the division of property and other financial aspects of the Williams divorce were fair and reasonable to both parties, particularly in light of the circumstances they faced at the time. I find no indicia of fraud or purposeful concealment of assets by Jerry Lynn Williams. . . .

Further, it does not appear that any fraudulent transfer occurred in or through the property division for ...


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