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Court Nixes Royalty Calculation Relying on Unalike Prior Licenses

Court says prior licensing agreements undergirding expert’s hypothetical reasonable royalty have no bearing on what the parties would have negotiated for the trademark in dispute; court finds calculation too speculative to assist jury and excludes it.

Court Nixes Royalty Calculation Relying on Unalike Prior Licenses

Court says prior licensing agreements undergirding expert’s hypothetical reasonable royalty have no bearing on what the parties would have negotiated for the trademark in dispute; court finds calculation too speculative to assist jury and excludes it.

Arctic Cat v. Sabertooth Motor Group

Court says prior licensing agreements undergirding expert’s hypothetical reasonable royalty have no bearing on what the parties would have negotiated for the ...

Bero Motors, Inc. v. General Motors Corporation

The Michigan Court of Appeals concluded that a lower court did not abuse its discretion when it admitted economic experts testifying to the quantum of lost profits in this breach of contract action.

CPA’s Report Found Insufficient to Support Antitrust Claim

The Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court’s grant of summary judgment that determined that the defendant did not violate any antitrust or tort laws when it competed with Motorsports and later bought the company. The appellate court agreed th ...

Paul Zalud v. James Boltz

The Washington Court of Appeals reversed the lower court's decision, reducing a jury's award of damages for breach of contract.

Objection to Expert’s Testimony Must Be Made at Trial

The Washington Court of Appeals reversed the lower court's decision, reducing a jury's award of damages for breach of contract.

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