Dietz v. Jacobs

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March 21, 2014
3732 Boat Building and Repairing
336612 Boat Building
bankruptcy
daubert, discounted cash flow (DCF), SSVS-1, solvency, fraudulent transfer, balance sheet, bankruptcy code

Dietz v. Jacobs
2014 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 37144
US
Federal Court
Minnesota
United States District Court
Arthur C. Cobb (solvency-defendants); unknown (trustee)
Ericksen

Summary

Court finds solvency analysis is not subject to AICPA’s valuation standards and admits expert’s claim that “magnitude of excess” reflected in adjusted balance sheet numbers means assets exceeded liabilities.
Dietz v. Jacobs
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Court Admits Solvency Analysis Lacking Specific Valuation of Debtor

Court finds solvency analysis is not subject to AICPA’s valuation standards and admits expert’s claim that “magnitude of excess” reflected in adjusted balance sheet numbers means assets exceeded liabilities.

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