Discount Rate, Management Projections, and More Decide State Fair Value Appraisal Action

Business Valuation UpdateVol. 16 No. 12
Legal and Court Case Update
December 2010
3199 Leather Goods, NEC
316998 All Other Leather Good and Allied Product Manufacturing
dissenting shareholder

Albert Trostel & Sons Co. v. Notz
2010 WL 1691869 (N.D. Cal.)
September 28, 2010
US
Federal Court
Federal
United States District Court
David Giesen (plaintiff/dissenting shareholder); Daniel Bayston (defendant/company)
Clevert

Summary

Statutory fair value appraisal of automotive company turns on DCF inputs, including discount rate and management projections, plus one expert’s better industry experience and analysis.

See Also

Albert Trostel & Sons Co. v. Notz

Statutory fair value appraisal of automotive company turns on DCF inputs, including discount rate and management projections, plus one expert’s better industry experience and analysis.