Fair Value has more than one definition in shareholder oppression cases

BVWireIssue #102-2
March 9, 2011

Hat tip to Rick Warner (Edward G. Detwiler & Associates) for reviewing the article “Equitable Considerations in Dissent Appraisal and Oppression Valuation Proceedings Regarding Fair Value” by Michael Zdeb (Holland & Knight LLP) In this part one of a two-part article, Zdeb discusses “the relationship of the fair value legal concept used in appraisal actions and the valuation standards of various professional associations employed in providing expert testimony and reports.”

“For those of you who are tasked to determine fair value in shareholder dissent or oppression cases, it’s a good article to add to the library,” Warner writes in a recent issue of the ASA E-Letter

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