A buddy of mine has a hosting-business, or better said its more than that because he does everything serverrelated. More a kind of serveradmin. Anyway... he got an angry mail from a businesspartner claiming that he didnt switch 2 domains to different c-class(i guess) ips. So they were on the same ip. The business partner claims he has paid for massive linkbuilding and now when the ip is changed this seo has lost value. I dont know why this happened... i guess he simply forgot to change the ip. So now the business partner is announcing compensations. My question is... what size of compensation could he demand because of the controversal discussed point of hosting at different c-class-ips? I mean I probably could hand him out 10 seos claiming there is no effect in using different c-class-ips as far as i remember statements in bhw. (the domains are even on the same host with same whois and google as a registrar probably can see anything it wants). So is this something to worry about? That he would have to pay when he wants to keep his business partner as a business partner letting aside. As far as i saw the fee that partner pays and the work he is making isnt in a good correlation anyways. But im interested how the thing would end probably... Thanks!