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Battle of Three Experts Turns on Reliability of Third-Party Appraisals

Valuation of commercial fishing and processing business in dissenting shareholder action illustrates difficulty of BV experts having to rely on third party (marine vessel) appraisals.

SnoPac Products, Inc. v. Spencer

Valuation of commercial fishing and processing business in dissenting shareholder action illustrates difficulty of BV experts having to rely on third party (marine vessel) appraisals.

‘Total Offset’ Method to Calculate Lost Income Survives Attack as ‘Legally Impermissible’

Court approves “total offset” theory to prove lost future wages as legally sufficient.

Miller v. Pacific Trawlers, Inc.

Court approves “total offset” theory to prove lost future wages as legally sufficient ...

James V. James et al. v. David MacDonald et al.

The Maine Supreme Court affirmed the award of lost profits and relocation costs for MacDonald's interference with James' economic advantage when MacDonald represented he would but did not grant James a permit to operate at MacDonald's pier. James operated ...

Comparison of Business Between Locations Establishes Lost Profits

The Maine Supreme Court affirmed the award of lost profits and relocation costs for MacDonald's interference with James' economic advantage when MacDonald represented he would but did not grant James a permit to operate at MacDonald's pier.

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