In re Med Diversified, Inc. (II)

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In re Med Diversified, Inc. (II)
2006 Bankr. LEXIS 1677
US
Federal Court
New York
United States Bankruptcy Court
Ellen Wheeler
Robert Cimasi (plaintiffs)
Bernstein

Summary

Bankruptcy court excludes expert business valuation report for “pervasive bias,” but also reveals possible bias against BV profession as a whole.
In re Med Diversified, Inc.
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