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Discount Rate Analysis Requires Expert’s Subjective Judgments

In Daubert ruling, court says expert’s lost profits calculation based on discounted cash flow (DCF) method is reliable; plaintiff’s expert properly determined discount factor based on identified sources and made permissible judgment calls based on his exp ...

Jack Tyler Engineering Co. v. Colfax Corp.

In Daubert ruling, court says expert’s lost profits calculation based on discounted cash flow (DCF) method is reliable; plaintiff’s expert properly determined discount factor based on identified sources and made permissible judgment calls based on his exp ...

Proxy Statement Contained Sufficient Warning About Black-Scholes Model

Plaintiff sued Alcoa and certain officers and directors on behalf of all Alcoa shareholders, alleging "materially false representations and omissions" made in a proxy statement.

Shaev v. Hampel

Plaintiff sued Alcoa and certain officers and directors on behalf of all Alcoa shareholders, alleging "materially false representations and omissions" made in a proxy statement.

Hanover Shoe, Inc. v. United Shoe Machinery Corp.

U.S. Supreme Court upholds district court’s decision not to reduced compensatory damages award by the additional taxes the plaintiff would have had to pay, absent the defendant’s violation.

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