Gesoff v. IIC Industries Inc., et al.

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Gesoff v. IIC Industries Inc., et al.
No. 19473 (Del. Chan. 2006)
US
State Court
Delaware
Court of Chancery
Jessica Zeldin
David N. Fuller, ASA, Neil J. Beaton
Lamb

Summary

The Delaware Court of Chancery determined that a company-specific risk premium should not be added when computing the cost of capital when there is no financial analysis supporting the company-specific risk. Furthermore, the court held that a small stock ...
Richard S. Gesoff v. IIC Industries Inc.
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