Expand the following panels for additional search options.

More Confusion Regarding Goodwill Warrants Correction by Court

Husband’s valuation expert incorrectly reduced the hard assets (cash and accounts) of an ongoing business by a personal goodwill value.

Kehrin v. Kehrin

Husband’s valuation expert incorrectly reduced the hard assets (cash and accounts) of an ongoing business by a personal goodwill value.

Special Legal Report: Important Delaware Chancery Case on Terminal Growth Rate, ERP, Betas, and Best Experts

Delaware Chancery adopts supply-side equity risk premium and discusses appropriate terminal growth rate, tax rate, and beta in the statutory fair value appraisal of Russian telecomm company.

Global GT LP v Golden Telecom, Inc. (I)

Delaware Chancery adopts supply-side equity risk premium and discusses appropriate terminal growth rate, tax rate, and beta in the statutory fair value appraisal of Russian telecomm company.

United States District Court Cites Noble in Considering Subsequent Events

Court permits taxpayer to introduce subsequent events to the extent that they are relevant to establishing the amounts that a hypothetical, willing buyer and seller would have paid for a closely held private company on the valuation date.

Expert Event Study ‘Almost Obligatory’ in Securities Fraud Litigation

Expert regression analysis and event study survives motion for summary judgment on plaintiff’s securities fraud claims, having proved sufficient causal links between defendants’ alleged misrepresentations regarding liquidity crisis and eventual stock declines.

‘Fatal Flaw’ in Securities Litigation Is Lack of Expert Loss Causation Evidence

10th Circuit confirms summary dismissal of securities litigation for lack of reliable expert evidence showing a direct causal link between the parent company’s alleged fraud and the subsidiary’s (a telecom company) substantial loss of market value.

Alan Baer Revocable Trust v. U.S.

Court permits taxpayer to introduce subsequent events to the extent that they are relevant to establishing the amounts that a hypothetical, willing buyer and seller would have paid for a closely held private company on the valuation date.

In re Vivendi Universal, S.A. Securities Litigation

Expert regression analysis and event study survives motion for summary judgment on plaintiff’s securities fraud claims, having proved sufficient causal links between defendants’ alleged misrepresentations re: liquidity crisis and eventual stock declines.

In re Williams Securities Litigation

Tenth Circuit confirms summary dismissal of securities litigation for lack of reliable expert evidence showing a direct causal link between the parent company’s alleged fraud and the subsidiary’s (a telecom company) substantial loss of market value.

MCI WorldCom Network Servs. v. Mastec, Inc.

In this case the Florida Supreme Court, ruling on certified questions from the Eleventh Circuit, held that under Florida Law a party cannot rely on rental costs for a compromised service if the party did not actually have to rent replacement equipment.

Effective Event Study Moves Securities Litigation Forward

Expert’s market event study helps support loss causation claims and class certification in larger securities litigation.

In re Flag Telecom Holdings, Ltd. Securities Litigation

Expert’s market event study helps support loss causation claims and class certification in larger securities litigation.

Analyst Convinces Court to Reject Stock Value as 'Fair'

Analyst argues that Bankruptcy Court should disregard publicly traded stock value to assess whether telecom company was insolvent 18 months before bankruptcy filing.

In re Winstar Communication, Inc.

Analyst argues that Bankruptcy Court should disregard publicly-traded stock value to assess whether telecom company was insolvent eighteen months before bankruptcy filing.

Functional similarity of products key to ad valorem valuation

This is a consolidated case involving, among others, Qwest, formerly known as U.S. West Communications.

Citizens Telecom v. Arizona Department of Revenue

Telecom company argues successfully that they are direct competitors using functionally equivalent technology and thus ADOR's market valuation of their class 3 property was discriminatory.

Decline in value due to less advertising affects choice of valuation date

In this marital dissolution case the husband appealed alleging that the trial court erred.

Mosley v. Mosley

Issues were valuation date, classification of the increase in the value of a family business as marital property, and award of interest to wife.

Mark Scully v. US WATS, Inc.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit affirmed the district court’s determination of the value of stock options using the intrinsic value method in this breach of contract case.

Conversion Theory Rejected in Valuing Lost Stock Options

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit affirmed the district court’s determination of the value of stock options using the intrinsic value method in this breach of contract case.

Beaver County v. WilTel, Inc.

Issue was the proper method of valuing WilTel, Inc. for property tax purposes.

Lack of Entire Fairness Results in $8 Million Disgorgement

This combined appraisal and breach of fiduciary duty action arises out of a series of transactions that culminated in the merger of International Telecharge Inc. (ITI) and Long Distance Communications Inc.

Taxpayer Fails to Provide Evidence to Support Valuation Method Proposed

WilTel Inc. sought review of a Utah State Tax Commission decision that subjected the long distance company's property to a central tax assessment.

Bomarko v. International Telecharge

At issue in this fiduciary duty action case is the valuation of International Telecharge, a telephone service provider.

1 - 25 of 31 results