In re Tronox Incorporated

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December 12, 2013
1311 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas
211120 Crude Petroleum Extraction 
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In re Tronox Incorporated
2013 Bankr. LEXIS 5232
US
Federal Court
North Carolina
United States Bankruptcy Court
Prof. Grant Newton (plaintiffs, solvency analysis), Prof. Daniel Fischel (defendants, solvency analysis); Prof. Jack Williams (plaintiffs, REV analysis), Jeffrey Balcombe (defendants, REV and damages analyses); Dr. Neil Ram (plaintiffs, environmental liab
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Summary

Bankruptcy Court discredits defendant experts’ “self-contained,” market-oriented solvency analysis finding his DCF analysis relied on inflated, “sell-side” company projections and his comparable analyses used insufficiently similar companies and transacti ...
In re Tronox Incorporated
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