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Flawed Sales Process Has Chancery Revert to DCF to Determine Fair Value

Chancery rejects deal price as indicator of fair value, citing problematic sales process, and rejects use of unaffected trading price, citing company’s lack of trading history; court instead relies on its own DCF analysis, drawing on the most credible aspects of each expert’s analysis.

Blueblade Capital Opportunities LLC v. Norcraft Cos.

Chancery rejects deal price as indicator of fair value, citing problematic sales process, and rejects use of unaffected trading price, citing company’s lack of trading history; court instead relies on its own DCF analysis, drawing on the most credible aspects of each expert’s analysis.

May Experts Rely on Client Financials and Customer Interviews?

Court considers whether lost profits expert may rely on client financial information and customer interviews.

Tidwell Industries, Inc. v. Diversified Home Products, Inc.

Court considers whether lost profits expert may rely on client financial information and customer interviews.

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