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New Jersey Court Finds Defendant’s Actions Justify DLOM in Forced Buyout

In New Jersey fair value determination, following precedent, court finds defendant’s conduct justifies use of a marketability discount because he was oppressing shareholder who created “extraordinary circumstances” necessitating forced buyout; court rejec ...

New Jersey Court Finds Defendant’s Actions Justify DLOM in Forced Buyout

In New Jersey fair value determination, following precedent, court finds defendant’s conduct justifies use of a marketability discount because he was oppressing shareholder who created “extraordinary circumstances” necessitating forced buyout; court rejec ...

Parker v. Parker

In New Jersey fair value determination, following precedent, court finds defendant’s conduct justifies use of a marketability discount because he was oppressing shareholder who created “extraordinary circumstances” necessitating forced buyout; court rejec ...

Marital Court Denies Discounts Based on Shareholder Fair Value Standard

The issues raised in this marital dissolution case were (1) whether the trial court erred in valuing husband's interest in Union County Florist Supplies, Inc . (Florist), the family florist ...

Brown v. Brown

Issues were value husband's interest in the family florist business, whether stock should be discounted for minority interest or marketability, and whether stock was a gift.

Matter of Seagrott Floral Co.

The statutory fair value of a closely held corporation as a going concern in New York includes the illiquidity risks of its shares, which may be measured by any reliable method, including a marketability discount or a discount to the capitalization rate.

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