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No Automatic Bar to Royalties Accruing After Life of Patent

Court finds expert’s use of two-supplier and market share methods as well as Panduit test generate admissible lost profits calculation; court also admits expert’s reasonable royalty analysis, saying it does not include unlawful post-expiration sales.

3M Innovative Props. Co. v. GDC, Inc.

Court finds expert’s use of two-supplier and market share methods as well as Panduit test generate admissible lost profits calculation; court also admits expert’s reasonable royalty analysis, saying it does not include unlawful post-expiration sales.

No Automatic Bar to Royalties Accruing After Life of Patent

Court finds expert’s use of two-supplier and market share methods as well as Panduit test generate admissible lost profits calculation; court also admits expert’s reasonable royalty analysis, saying it does not include unlawful post-expiration sales.

In re Jonatzke

Bankruptcy court substantially reduces plaintiff’s damages claim based largely on expert’s failure to independently verify assumptions regarding defendant’s alleged theft of trade secrets on lost profits and lost sales.

Douglas Dynamics v. Buyers Products Co.

Federal district court relies on 25% rule of thumb as starting point to calculate prospective reasonably royalty rate for patent infringement damages, despite (and without citation to) the Federal Circuit’s rejection of the rule in Uniloc v. Microsoft.

Executive Compensation Analysis and Other Methodology Found Flawed

This is an action for breach of fiduciary duty under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).

Eckelkamp v. Beste

At issue is breach of fiduciary duty against Melton Co., it's ESOP, and four Melton officers.

Gary Lee Eckelkamp, et al. v. Dennis J. Beste, et al.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit determined that an expert report indicating a greater valuation for ESOP purposes and showing that the directors of the ESOP were overcompensated in and of itself does not create a genuine issue of material ...

Attorney Fails to Have Business Valued; Wife Wins Damage Award

The wife filed an action for malpractice against the attorney who represented her in her divorce, alleging, among other things, that he was negligent in both failing to have the marital business value and in advising her to sign a property settlement agreement.

Callahan v. Clark

At issue is the valuation of the couple's business of producing replacement parts for classic cars.

Maake v. Maake

At issue is the valuation of husband's business, Maake Enterprises, a manufacturer of lowtemperature heating elements for truck mirrors.

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