Court Bristles at Experts’ Hasty Valuation of Debtor

Business Valuation UpdateVol. 19 No. 11
Legal and Court Case Update
November 2013
3861 Photographic Equipment and Supplies
325992 Photographic Film, Paper, Plate, and Chemical Manufacturing
bankruptcy
relief-from-royalty, bankruptcy, expert testimony, discounted cash flow (DCF), patent, net operating loss

In re Eastman Kodak Company
2013 Bankr. LEXIS 3325
August 15, 2013
US
State Court
New York
United States Bankruptcy Court
Maulin V. Shah, Elise Neils (shareholders); David S. Kurtz (debtor)
Gropper

Summary

Bankruptcy court denies shareholders’ renewed request for an equity committee, finding neither the debtor nor its creditors are hiding value in their calculation of the total equity value of less than $500 million; expert testimony as to the allegedly und ...

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In re Eastman Kodak Company

Bankruptcy court denies shareholders’ renewed request for an equity committee, finding neither the debtor nor its creditors are hiding value in their calculation of the total equity value of less than $500 million; expert testimony as to the allegedly und ...