Recently, our team invited seasoned litigator Diana Siri Breaux, a partner at Summit Law Group in Seattle, to interview Gravity’s founder and CEO Dan Price about this very topic. As a longtime business owner, Dan has his fair share of experience with the legal system. In 2016, that experience reached new levels when Dan’s brother and co-founder, Lucas Price, took him to court after alleging that Dan’s decisions as CEO–including the decision to raise Gravity’s minimum wage to $70,000 a year–had cost him money as a minority shareholder. At stake was not just millions of dollars but the very existence of the company–and the jobs of its 120+ employees.