J&M Distrib., Inc. v. Hearth & Home Techs., Inc.

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3433 Heating Equipment, Except Electric and Warm Air Furnaces
333414 Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing
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damages, lost profits, daubert, expert testimony, cash flow, closely held corporation, fair market value (FMV), reliability, revenue rulings (RR)

J&M Distrib., Inc. v. Hearth & Home Techs., Inc.
2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 2314
US
Federal Court
Minnesota
United States District Court
Michael DeProspero (plaintiff); Melissa Snelson (defendant)
Nelson

Summary

Expert’s use of Revenue Ruling 59-60 for valuation of closely held business and for damages calculation does not render opinion inadmissible under Daubert, court says, noting that scope of revenue ruling goes beyond valuation of estate and gift taxes.
J&M Distributing, Inc. v. Hearth & Home Technologies, Inc
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Expert’s use of Revenue Ruling 59-60 for valuation of closely held business and for damages calculation does not render opinion inadmissible under Daubert, court says, noting that scope of revenue ruling goes beyond valuation of estate and gift taxes.