Defective Lost Profits Analysis Triggers Take-Nothing Ruling

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economic damages & lost profits
breach of contract, expert testimony, breach of fiduciary duty, economic damages & lost profits, interference, reasonable certainty

Horizon Health Corp. v. Acadia Healthcare Co.
2017 Tex. LEXIS 480
US
State Court
Texas
Supreme Court
Jeff Balcombe (plaintiff); unknown (defendants)
Green

Summary

High court discusses level of evidence required to establish future lost profits with “reasonable certainty”; plaintiff did not show it lost any contracts owing to defendants’ wrongdoing and failed to show profitability specific to claimed lost contracts.

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Horizon Health Corp. v. Acadia Healthcare Co.

High court discusses level of evidence required to establish future lost profits with “reasonable certainty”; plaintiff did not show it lost any contracts owing to defendants’ wrongdoing and failed to show profitability specific to claimed lost contracts.

Defective Lost Profits Analysis Triggers Take-Nothing Ruling

High court discusses level of evidence required to establish future lost profits with “reasonable certainty”; plaintiff did not show it lost any contracts owing to defendants’ wrongdoing and failed to show profitability specific to claimed lost contracts.