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Richard A. Lippe, et al. v. Bairnco Corp., et al.
No. 03-7360 (2nd Cir. 2004), unpublished
US
Federal Court
2nd Circuit
United States Court of Appeals
Alissa Pyrich, Caroline Luckenbach, Charles F. Rysavy, David K. Momborquette, David R. Gross, Irwin J. Sugarman, J. Paul Oetken, Jennifer Cowan, John H. Hall, Mary Morabito Rosewater, Michael S. Chernis, Murray E. Abowitz, Nicole L. Vander Voort, Pran
Thomas E. Dewey, Jr. <br> Jocelyn D. Evans <br>

Summary

The U.S. Court of Appeals affirmed the district court’s decision to exclude Lippe’s valuation experts because their experts’ reports contained significant flaws that primarily related to the failure to explain assumptions involving the comparable company.

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Richard A. Lippe, et al. v. Bairnco Corp., et al.

The U.S. Court of Appeals affirmed the district court’s decision to exclude Lippe’s valuation experts because their experts’ reports contained significant flaws that primarily related to the failure to explain assumptions involving the comparable company.