Court Clarifies Application of Rule 703 to Expert Testimony

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Court Case Digests
November 17, 2017
5943 Stationery Stores
453210 Office Supplies and Stationery Stores
dissenting shareholder
expert testimony, reasonable compensation, admissibility, waste, federal rules of evidence (FRE), minority oppression, hearsay

Springer v. Library Store
2017 Ill. App. Unpub. LEXIS 2378
US
State Court
Illinois
Appellate Court of Illinois
Neil Gerber (plaintiff); Bethany Hearn (defendants)
Lytton

Summary

Court upholds lower court ruling that there was no mismanagement of corporate assets; plaintiff failed to show excessive officer compensation and was properly precluded from using testifying expert to introduce another appraiser’s report on excessive rent.

See Also

Springer v. Library Store

Court upholds lower court ruling that there was no mismanagement of corporate assets; plaintiff failed to show excessive officer compensation and was properly precluded from using testifying expert to introduce another appraiser’s report on excessive rent.