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Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary v. QLT Phototherapeutics, Inc.

First Circuit upholds 3% reasonable royalty rate award for defendant’s misappropriation of plaintiff’s confidential biotech research.

Plaintiff Stakes $1.99 Million Lost Profits Award on Single ‘Benchmark’ Year

Plaintiff loses $1.99 million lost profits award by relying on flawed benchmark sales data.

Hinz v. Neuroscience, Inc.

Plaintiff loses $1.99 million lost profits award by relying on flawed benchmark sales data.

Abrons v Maree

The controlling stockholder of a company recently emerged from economic challenge seeks to buy out the remaining common stock through a tender offer and short-form merger. The stockholder seeks to preliminarily enjoin the closing of the tender offer ba ...

Dura Pharmaceuticals, Inc. v. Broudo

U.S. Supreme Court establishes the loss causation requirement in securities fraud litigation; i.e., it requires the plaintiffs to provide direct, causal link between alleged fraud and/or misrerpresentation by the corporate defendants and the inflated mark ...

Characterization stock options supported by evidence

The primary issues in this marital dissolution were how many shares of stock the husband held as a result of his exercise of stock options from his previous employer and whether the stock was marital or nonmarital property.

Moss v. Moss

Issues were how many shares of stock the husband held as a result of his exercise of stock options and whether the stock was marital or nonmarital.

Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Town of Wallingford

At issue is whether or not the property of Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. was overvalued.

Charriere v. Charriere

At issue is the valuation of wife's stock options.

Wife takes issue with award of stock dependent upon her continued employment

Wife appealed trial court's decision to award ex-husband stock options dependent on her continuing employment. The Court of Appeals upheld the trial court's finding that the stock options were communi ...

Wife says court erred in valuing husband's stock options

Wife contends that the trial court erred in calculating the value of husband's employee stock options in Eli Lilly & Co.

Knotts v. Knotts

At issue is the valuation of husband's stock in Eli Lilly and Company.

Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

At issue is the standard for admitting expert testimony.

Landmark Daubert Decision Develops New Standard for Admission of Expert Evidence

Landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, which ended by promulgating a new “gatekeeping” function for federal judges and developing an evidentiary standard now known by a single name: Daubert.

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