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Can an Expert’s Method Be Too Simple Under Daubert?

Court admits testimony of lost profits expert under Daubert, despite his overly simplistic analysis, including an alleged failure to consider such basic factors as incremental costs and intervening economic factors.

Coyne’s & Co., Inc. v. Enesco, LLC

Court admits testimony of lost profits expert under Daubert, despite his overly simplistic analysis, including an alleged failure to consider such basic factors as incremental costs and intervening economic factors.

Linda Karen Brownlow Craven v. U.S.A.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit concluded that a redemption of a former spouse's interest in the parties' business by the corporation pursuant to a divorce instrument, which left the other spouse in control of the corporation, met the requ ...

Corporate Stock Redemption Qualifies for §1041 No Recognition Treatment

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit concluded that a redemption of a former spouse's interest in the parties' business by the corporation pursuant to a divorce instrument, which left the other spouse in control of the corporation, met the requ ...

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