White Buffalo Env’t, Inc. v. Hungry Horse, LLC

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March 22, 2023
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economic damages & lost profits, breach of fiduciary duty
expert witness, daubert, expert testimony, breach of fiduciary duty, deposition, valuation methodology, reliability, accounting, loss of value, lost business value

White Buffalo Env’t, Inc. v. Hungry Horse, LLC
2023 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 48355
US
Federal Court
New Mexico
United States District Court
Jeremy C. Jennings, CPA/ABV; Mike Miller, CPA,CFA
James O. Browning

Summary

The case dealt with two motions to preclude testimony of an expert witness as to the loss in value of the plaintiff’s business. The plaintiff was an environmental consulting firm allegedly injured as a result of the actions of certain employees including breach of their fiduciary duty. The court concluded that the witness may testify because his report was based on sufficient facts and data and he applied reliable principles to the facts of this case.
White Buffalo Env’t, Inc. v. Hungry Horse
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