In Big Buyout Ruling, Minnesota Court Rejects DLOM in Calculating Fair Value

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Court Case Digests
June 2, 2017
5411 Grocery Stores
445110 Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores
judicial dissolution
discount rate, expert testimony, fair value, net asset value, buyout, discount for lack of marketability (DLOM), discounted cash flow (DCF), fair market value (FMV), minority discount, minority interest, real estate, debt, holding company, discount for lack of control (DLOC), capital intensive, equity value, cash flow projections

Lund v. Lund (I)
27-CV-14-20058 (J. Bernhardson) (District Court, Fourth Judicial District, Hennepin County, Minnesota)
US
State Court
Minnesota
District Court
Robert Reilly (plaintiff/seller); Roger Grabowski (defendants/buyers)
Bernhardson

Summary

In a forced buyout, court says experts were too partisan to their clients, compromising value analysis; court performs its own valuation using DCF to determine fair value of grocery business and rejects DLOM because no unfair transfer of wealth occurs.

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Lund v. Lund (I)

In a forced buyout, court says experts were too partisan to their clients, compromising value analysis; court performs its own valuation using DCF to determine fair value of grocery business and rejects DLOM because no unfair transfer of wealth occurs.

In Big Buyout Ruling, Minnesota Court Rejects DLOM in Calculating Fair Value

In a forced buyout, court says experts were too partisan to their clients, compromising value analysis; court performs its own valuation using DCF to determine fair value of grocery business and rejects DLOM because no unfair transfer of wealth occurs.