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Minuteman Press

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in commercial printing (except screen printing, books printing) without publishing (except fabric grey goods printing). The printing processes used in this industry include, but are not limited to, lithographic, gravure, flexographic, letterpress, engraving, and various digital printing technologies. This industry includes establishments engaged in commercial printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job-order basis. Establishments primarily engaged in traditional printing activities combined with document photocopying services (i.e., quick printers) or primarily engaged in printing graphical materials using digital printing equipment are included in this industry.

Printing: Commercial Printers

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in gravure printing without publishing (except books, grey goods, and manifold business forms). This industry includes establishments engaged in gravure printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, letterhead, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job order basis.

Sir Speedy (printing)

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in commercial printing (except screen printing, books printing) without publishing (except fabric grey goods printing). The printing processes used in this industry include, but are not limited to, lithographic, gravure, flexographic, letterpress, engraving, and various digital printing technologies. This industry includes establishments engaged in commercial printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job-order basis. Establishments primarily engaged in traditional printing activities combined with document photocopying services (i.e., quick printers) or primarily engaged in printing graphical materials using digital printing equipment are included in this industry.

Printing: Quick Print

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in gravure printing without publishing (except books, grey goods, and manifold business forms). This industry includes establishments engaged in gravure printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, letterhead, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job order basis.

Printing: Label

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in commercial printing (except screen printing, books printing) without publishing (except grey goods printing). The printing processes used in this industry include, but are not limited to, lithographic, gravure, flexographic, letterpress, engraving, and various digital printing technologies. This industry includes establishments engaged in commercial printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job-order basis. Establishments primarily engaged in traditional printing activities combined with document photocopying services (i.e., quick printers) or primarily engaged in printing graphical materials using digital printing equipment are included in this industry.

Printing: Flexographic

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in gravure printing without publishing (except books, grey goods, and manifold business forms). This industry includes establishments engaged in gravure printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, letterhead, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job order basis.

Allegra Marketing•Print•Mail

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in commercial printing (except screen printing, books printing) without publishing (except fabric grey goods printing). The printing processes used in this industry include, but are not limited to, lithographic, gravure, flexographic, letterpress, engraving, and various digital printing technologies. This industry includes establishments engaged in commercial printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job-order basis. Establishments primarily engaged in traditional printing activities combined with document photocopying services (i.e., quick printers) or primarily engaged in printing graphical materials using digital printing equipment are included in this industry.

County of Maricopa v. Office Depot Inc.

In denying defendant’s pretrial motion to exclude plaintiff’s expert testimony under Daubert and Rule 37, which specifies sanctions for failure to make disclosures or cooperate in discovery, court finds note-containing version of expert report is a draft not subject to discovery under Rule 26.

Expert Report Containing Notes Qualifies as Draft Not Subject to Discovery

In denying defendant’s pretrial motion to exclude plaintiff’s expert testimony under Daubert and Rule 37, which specifies sanctions for failure to make disclosures or cooperate in discovery, court finds note-containing version of expert report is a draft not subject to discovery under Rule 26.

Court Favors Lost Profits Over Lost Value Damages for Surviving Business

In business tort case, court says damages to compensate plaintiff for loss of goodwill should take the form of lost profits, not total loss of value damages, where defendant employees were not subject to noncompetes and plaintiff was not completely destro ...

Court Favors Lost Profits Over Lost Value Damages for Surviving Business

In business tort case, court says damages to compensate plaintiff for loss of goodwill should take the form of lost profits, not total loss of value damages, where defendant employees were not subject to noncompetes and plaintiff was not completely destro ...

Mifflinburg Telegraph, Inc. v. Criswell, Inc.

In business tort case, court says damages to compensate plaintiff for loss of goodwill should take the form of lost profits, not total loss of value damages, where defendant employees were not subject to noncompetes and plaintiff was not completely destro ...

Prohibition Against Expert’s Legal Opinions Not Absolute

Court considers Daubert challenges against three of the defendants’ damages experts in this trade secrets suit, striking their legal conclusions but keeping most of their testimony regarding unjust enrichment and reasonable royalty damages as it relates t ...

Hallmark Cards, Inc. v. Monitor Clipper Partners, LLC

Court considers Daubert challenges against three of the defendants’ damages experts in this trade secrets suit, striking their legal conclusions but keeping most of their testimony regarding unjust enrichment and reasonable royalty damages as it relates t ...

Iacampo v. Oliver-Iacampo

Appellate court affirms expert testimony regarding factors that contributed to active vs. passive appreciation of the marital business; even though his report didn’t make specific conclusions, it did apply a 10% discount for lack of control, which, while ...

Divorce Court Favors ‘Minimal Use’ of Discounts in FMV

Divorce court disallows minority discounts in valuation of husband’s 10% interest in printing company and his 33% interest in real estate holding company.

Drumheller v. Drumheller

Divorce court disallows minority discounts in valuation of husband’s 10% interest in printing company and his 33% interest in real estate holding company.

Lost Business Case Can’t Rise Above Bad Owner, Bad Financials, Bad Facts

Proof of lost business value can’t overcome lack of credible owner, lack of credible financials, and lack of credible analysis.

Imaging International v. Hell Graphic Systems, Inc.

Proof of lost business value can’t overcome lack of credible owner, lack of credible financials, and lack of credible analysis.

Higher Business Value Does Not Conflict With Owner’s High Earnings

Divorce court finds that a high business valuation does not conflict with finding high owner income.

Sander v. Sander

Divorce court finds that a high business valuation does not conflict with finding high owner income.

Display Promotions, Inc. v. DoveBid Valuation Services, Inc., et al.

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of this negligence action against an appraiser on summary judgment. The appellate court found that where the purchase agreement did not make the acquisition contingent upon financing or a satisfactory ...

Forecasts of Performance May Be Used to Determine Damages

One issue in this breach of contract case was the amount of damages that arose after the defendants failed to comply with several material provisions of a contract for the sale of defendants’ business.

Inadequate Records of Declining Business Lethal to Claim

In this marital dissolution, husband's income was based on profits from the business owned by his father.

Nip v. Checkpoint Systems, Inc.

One issue in this breach of contract case was the amount of damages that arose after the defendants failed to comply with several material provisions of a contract for the sale of defendants' business, AW Printing, to Checkpoint.

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