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Court Remands for Determination of Separate Asset’s Premarital Value

Appellate court affirms that increase in value of husband’s company is subject to equitable distribution but says trial court erred when it assumed company had zero value on the date of marriage because company then was not profitable; court remands for determination of company’s premarital value.

Fox v. Fox

Appellate court affirms that increase in value of husband’s company is subject to equitable distribution but says trial court erred when it assumed company had zero value on the date of marriage because company then was not profitable; court remands for determination of company’s premarital value.

Precision Fitness Equipment of Pompano Beach, Inc. v. Nautilus, Inc.

Expert values plaintiff and its affiliate to reach total lost business value, when only the plaintiff was named party to the suit.

Creating ‘But-for’ World of Patent Damages Is Not the Same as ‘Fantasy’ World

Court denies Daubert challenge to patent damages expert, holding that financial proof of lost profits need not create “fantasy” world, only a “but for” world.

Calloway Golf Co. v. Acushnet Co.

Court denies Daubert challenge to patent damages expert, holding that financial proof of lost profits need not create “fantasy” world, only a “but for” world.

Banjo Buddies, Inc. v. Joseph T. Renosky

The U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit determined that while willfulness was a factor to be considered, a finding of willfulness was not required before an accounting of an infringer’s profits could be ordered for violation of section 43(a) of the Latha ...

Skier's Edge Company v. Ladapa Die & Tool, Inc.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit affirmed in part a lower court’s award of lost profits in this breach of contract action.

Advertising Expenses Awarded in Lieu of Lost Future Sales

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit affirmed in part a lower court’s award of lost profits in this breach of contract action.

Patton v. Patton

The issue in this case was the amount of detail describing the factors that led the trial court to its valuation of the corporation.

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