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Baldwin v. Bader (I)

Critical errors, shaky methodology, are key to expert's undo in valuing corporate guaranties.

Baldwin v. Bader (II)

U.S. Court in Maine excludes expert testimony because, despite his extensive experience and effort, he did not have specific experience valuing personal guarantees.

Expert Makes Critical Errors in Valuing Corporate Guaranties

Critical errors, shaky methodology, are key to expert's undo in valuing corporate guaranties.

Court Makes ‘Close Call’ on Complex Valuation of Insider Corporate Guaranties

U.S. Court in Maine excludes expert testimony because, despite his extensive experience and effort, he did not have specific experience valuing personal guarantees.

Valuing Director Guaranties In Bankruptcy: Using a Put Option Approach

Bankruptcy court confirms reorganization plan based in large part of “put option” approach to valuing corporate insider guaranties.

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