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Valuation of Noncompetes Critical to Multimillion-Dollar Fraudulent Transfer Case

Court relies on expert evidence to value multimillion-dollar noncompetition agreements in fraudulent transfer case.

IGF Insurance Co. v. Continental Casualty Co. (I)

Court relies on expert evidence to value multi-million dollar non-competition agreements in fraudulent transfer case.

IGF Insurance Co. v. Continental Casualty Co. (II)

Court finds expert valuation of business non-competes and consulting agreements under “four-factor” test reliable under the Daubert standard.

Court adopts valuation of more experienced appraiser

One issue in this marital dissolution case was the value of wife’s title insurance company.

Hiatt v. Tremper-Hiatt

Use of lower multiplier in valuing defendant's title insurance company upheld (business largely dependent on professional rapport with clients (intangible asset ...

M Life Ins. Co. v. Sapers & Wallack

One issue in this case was the marketability discounts allowed to corporate stock due to minority status.

No Minority Discount in Colorado; Marketability Discount on Case-by-Case Basis

Respondent was a Class A shareholder of petitioner.

Unusual Corporate Structure and Valuation Discounts Considered

The Colorado Court of Appeals considered various aspects of the valuation in this dissenting shareholder action.

Court Accepts Discounted Dividend Method, 40% Discount for Lack of Marketability

At issue is the value of petitioner's closely held stock in Crossroads Co., a reinsurance company domiciled in the Cayman Islands, that he gifted to his children on Jan. 1, 1992, and and Jan. 1, 1993.

Dockery v. Commissioner

Issue is the value of petitioner's closely held stock in Crossroads Company, a reinsurance company domiciled in the Cayman Islands, that he gifted to his children.

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