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Great Hill Equity Partners IV, LP v. SIG Growth Equity Fund I, LLP

Court rejects plaintiff’s damages calculation related to sweeping fraud and contract breach allegations where plaintiff submitted expert report before court’s liability rulings and failed to offer revised expert report after liability trial; damages were not sufficiently tied to proven wrongs.

Plaintiff’s Overbroad Damages Calculation Prompts Court Not to Grant Award for Proven Wrongdoing

Court rejects plaintiff’s damages calculation related to sweeping fraud and contract breach allegations where plaintiff submitted expert report before court’s liability rulings and failed to offer revised expert report after liability trial; damages were not sufficiently tied to proven wrongs.

StoneEagle Servs., Inc. v. Pay-Plus Solutions, Inc.

Court says market approach is “sound and reliable methodology” for calculating reasonable royalty and denies defendants’ Daubert motion to preclude plaintiff’s expert from testifying why he declined to use Georgia-Pacific factors in this case.

DCF Valuation Meant to Underpin Fairness Opinion Upends It

Court agrees with plaintiff shareholder that the proposed merger was the result of a defective sale process that included the company board’s reliance on a weak fairness opinion with valuations that were “poor indicators” of the company’s value; the sale ...

Koehler v. Netspend Holdings Inc.

Court agrees with plaintiff shareholder that the proposed merger was the result of a defective sale process that included the company board’s reliance on a weak fairness opinion with valuations that were “poor indicators” of the company’s value; the sale ...

When One Business ‘Steals’ Another, its Net Profits Can Provide Basis for Damages

Because the defendants’ “stole” the plaintiff’s start-up company, the Court upholds a $10 million lost profits damages based on using the defendants’ profits and financial data as a surrogate.

Electronic Funds Solution, LLC v. Murphy

Because the defendants’ “stole” the plaintiff’s start-up company, the Court upholds a $10 million lost profits damages based on using the defendants’ profits and financial data as a surrogate.

Expert With Credentials Wins the Credibility Game

The issue in this marital dissolution was the valuation of husband’s interest in several check cashing outlets that he owned with his brothers.

Powell v. Powell

Husband disputed the trial court's valuation of his check cashing business.

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