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Blue-Sky Method in Valuing a Car Dealer—Redux

In a recent issue of the BVLaw Alert, we published a short piece about a shareholder dissent/oppression appellate decision in Tennessee regarding the valuation of a “high-end” car dealership. Our headline noted, “Court Tweaks Blue-Sky Method in Valuing a Car Dealer.” We received a question from a reader asking whether the rule of thumb blue-sky method was explained in the case. Read more >>

A Look at the Income Approach

The Cost of Capital Professional platform provides you with a comprehensive range of tools that enable you to compute cost of equity and WACC estimates easily and effectively allowing you to determine your cost of capital with minimal fuss. The income approach is one such way to approach these valuations. What follows is a selection from a comprehensive article on the topic written by Jim Alerding. Read more >>

Subsequent Transaction Used to Find Damages Without Trial in New York Case

In this surmised summary judgment as to damages, a New York trial court awarded damages to the plaintiff in a breach of contract suit. The determination of damages was made without a trial but “on paper.” Additionally, the court used a subsequent sale of the stock to determine the damages and opine that the company was “worthless.” Read more >>